In the era of sustainable business practices, large enterprises face the challenge of accurately tracking and reducing their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. IT equipment and services contribute significantly to these emissions, yet its environmental impact often remains unquantified due to the complexity of accurate measurement and reporting. This lack of visibility hinders efforts towards sustainability and can potentially harm a company’s reputation in the eco-conscious market.
ReadyWorks leverages the monitoring and management tools your organization already uses to analyze your IT infrastructure, quantify the carbon footprint, and provide actionable insights to reduce environmental impact - no agent required. ReadyWorks achieves this by collecting and normalizing data from disparate IT systems, generating emission reports based upon global standards and regulations, and by providing recommendations based upon specific IT systems or services.
Gather and normalize data from various sources across the organization including systems management platforms, CMDBs, asset management systems, and IoT monitoring platforms.
Automatically validate data, check for inconsistencies, and alert operators to potential errors or reporting gaps.
Analyze IT data in real time and use it to determine Scope 1,2, and 3 GHG emissions.
Generate customizable reports focusing on different audiences including internal stakeholders, regulators, and investors.
Comply with GRI, SASB, and TCFD reporting frameworks.
Set sustainability goals and track progress against these goals over time.
Generate actionable recommendations to reduce overall emissions.
ReadyWorks ESG Conductor contain all the integrations, analytics, tools, & workflows required to orchestrate IT asset lifecycle management processes:
Bi-directional connectors to systems that store data essential to ESG reporting: monitoring tools, configuration platforms, ERPs, DEX systems, operational systems, ITSMs, utility monitoring, vendor systems, and IoT platforms. (10 connectors included in standard subscription.)
Data analysis and normalization.
Configurable data portals to collect additional information. (e.g., user attests they understand and follow ESG policies, vendor reporting for environmentally sound e-waste practices, etc.)
Carbon emission analytics workflow.
Configurable dashboards and reports showing key performance indicators (KPIs).
Guided implementation followed by ongoing support and training.
Maintain up-to-date audit trails aligned with ESG policies.
Identify ways to reuse/repurpose hardware, offset utility costs, and reduce labor costs associated with ESG programs.
Demonstrate corporate responsibility and sustainability with auditable reports showing key performance indicators (KPIs) for emission goals.
Stay ahead of potential regulations with proactive emission tracking and reduction, minimizing the risk of future compliance issues.