The Sustainability Tool, a recently launched cloud-based sustainability performance measurement tool, was awarded the Innovation prize by the French Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain (FCCGB).
Developed by leading consultancy Action Sustainability, the Tool allows organisations to collect, report, analyse and reduce the social, economic and environmental impacts of their supply chain and key departments.
Pascal Boris CBE, Honorary President of the FCCGB and Chair of the Franco-British Business Awards (FBBA) said,
“The jury is delighted to award the Innovation award to Action Sustainability to shine a light upon its innovative sustainability performance reporting tool. The jury was impressed by the tool which can support many businesses as they improve the sustainability of their supply chain.”
In the announcement of winning, the FBBA praised the tool for changing the sustainability conversation in business through increased data transparency, accountability and stakeholder engagement.
The award includes a year’s membership with the Chamber, helping the company’s expansion into France. Charles Naud, Lead Consultant for the Sustainability Tool at Action Sustainability commented,
“Winning this award brings great pride to our team. So many businesses are promising to reduce their impacts on the environment and society, but we need a way to hold them and their supply chains to account, so they deliver on these promises.
Thanks to the Chamber for recognising the Sustainability Tool will do just that. We now look forward to our year’s free membership of the Chamber, it’s a great opportunity to gain further visibility and to continue to drive positive environmental and social change.”
The Tool has recently been launched and is now in use by organisations such as Bouygues Energies & Services, EMCOR UK, Kier, Eiffage, Balfour Beatty, Vinci. It aims to bring clarity to the vast amount of sustainability data that is available on projects and in supply chains. By collecting it in one place and crunching the data, the tool allows manages to focus on where the problems are to drive real change.
Dave Farebrother, Sustainability Manager at Bouygues Energies & Services, one of the first adopters of the Sustainability Tool commented,
“The Sustainability Tool enables us to really compare and understand where performance is great, where it is excellent and where it is perhaps not as good as it should be. Data collection is facilitated across our supply chain and projects, and simple dashboards show our progress against our sustainability objectives, glowing red, amber or green depending on our performance. This transparency is essential to making informed decisions.”
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