ESG and sustainability technology in procurement: Why it matters now

July 21, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Last year and 2021 so far have been extraordinary for all of us as Covid impacted us in many ways, both in our personal and in our professional lives. And, even if the pandemic is not yet behind us, there is a lot to learn from it. Perhaps the clearest finding for professionals in procurement and supply chain fields has been this: Sustainability is not a nice-to-have feature. It’s time to bake in the measurements for a company’s commitment to ESG — the environmental, social and governance policies that set businesses apart these days. It is time to walk the talk!


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