CRedit360, Urjanet Team Up to Help Reporting Companies Cut Costs
Sustainability management software supplier CRedit360 and Urjanet, which provides automated utility data, today announced a partnership that enables CRedit360 users to receive automatically collected and standardized utility data from over 1,700 internationally-dispersed utility providers.
Urjanet’s data integrates directly into CRedit360’s platform, saving companies’ time on data acquisition and speeding up reporting processes.
CRedit360’s integrated software solution companies by aggregating data from across the organization, calculating emissions using established protocols and conversion factors, and providing actionable insights. Flexible tools allow users to create, manage and communicate customized performance reports that can be shared with stakeholders via intuitive dashboards, the company says.
According to SolarCity’s research, 75 percent of consumers are more likely to buy a product or service if the company is making an effort to be sustainable. The increased transparency of energy data that the CRedit360-Urjanet partnership brings will arm CRedit360 users with accurate, fact-based results, enabling them to build the credibility of their brand, the companies say.
In another move that CRedit360 says will help reduce the reporting burden facing many companies, CRedit360 in April partnered with with sustainability investing specialists RobecoSAM.
CRedit360 is one of the two initial software providers that include RobecoSAM’s new Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) XBRL framework, allowing required information to be automatically tagged and transferred with minimal effort required by the reporting company.
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