Enterprise ESG​

Managing a company’s environmental, social, and governance efforts starts with data. And, for this data to serve ESG requirements, it must be continuously available, rather than ad-hoc and patchy while also reaching across the entire extended enterprise. In today’s global and interdependent economy, companies must be able to reach their supplier’s suppliers across any number of tiers. And, companies must be able to work with structured and unstructured data to have an  effective ESG strategy.

Meeting enterprise ESG requirements involves IT and business working together to enable better data accessibility and management capabilities which today are run manually, if at all, across the extended enterprise. Traditional methods of enterprise data management have not proved effective – it’s time for a new approach

Enterprise ESG Challenges

Misleading Unified Vision
The further you get away from standard EDI or structured data exchanges, the harder it is to put in place an effective ESG strategy. Traditional enterprise data technology can’t get you where you need to be
Enterprise Boundaries
It used to be that you could get away with “plus 1” partner ESG responsibility– not anymore. Your customers and investors demand full transparency across your extended value chain​
Better Managing Change

It’s one thing to actually get the ESG data you need. It’s another to actually understand how it changes overtime which is essential. Otherwise, you can’t better manage your business while also predicting and mitigating risk more effectively

Boardwalk-Driven Enterprise ESG

Boardwalktech’s ESG capabilities take ineffective data collection and management efforts across the extended business and transforms them into Digitally Controlled Applications for LOB, IT, and risk management and compliance professionals

The further away you get away from your core data environments, the more you need flexibility. Boardwalk’s patented data management technology is a new class of database technology focused on flexibility and time ​
Structured & Unstructured Data
With 85% of enterprise data unstructured, you can’t put in place an effective ESG capability without being able to work with unstructured data. Boardwalk’s platform works with Words not Data– the best approach for unstructured data​
Lifecycle Extensibility​
Managing of a circular product lifecycle must encompass not just data required to manufacture a product, but also data associated with reuse, recycling, remanufacturing, lifecycle extension or disposal
With a focus on document and data workflows, exceptions, variances, alerts, and predictions, Boardwalk ESG capabilities make all the relevant enterprise data from across the extended enterprise value chain actionable

Benefits of using Boardwalk for Enterprise ESG

Top-Line Growth ​​
With Boardwalk, businesses can enter new markets and expand their operations in existing markets. Increasingly, customers are buying based on sustainability and environmental impact. Without effective ESG data capabilities, companies cannot effectively capitalize on this trend
Social Capital
Companies with social-engagement activities are recognized beneficially by public and social stakeholders. This means they can achieve demonstrably higher valuations than competitors with lower social capital
Reduced Regulatory And Legal Interventions
A strong external-value proposition can enable companies to achieve greater strategic freedom and reduce the risk of adverse government regulatory or legal action– even engender government support
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