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Just as we require a dashboard to monitor our car performance, we need appropriate tools to track our Group-wide ESG data for our annual sustainability reporting. It’s also to facilitate transparent audit trail for assurance, ensure compliance with global ESG standards and monitor progress against GGP 2025 targets.
At present, our ESG data is captured by respective data owners across the Group via Excel or Fieldview and then manually extracted for reporting. Manual data acquisition is prone to human error, time consuming and challenging to validate, posing a high risk of data integrity.
We need a software that can provide robust and integrated ESG data management. It must possess the ability to transform manual data collection into an integrated dashboard that can present up–to–date ESG performance and reflect our trajectory on achieving the GGP 2025 targets.
MANAGECO2 Software Limited provides Accuvio software from Ireland with an office in Kuala Lumpur. With extensive experience in supplying ESG management solutions, it has been servicing companies worldwide such as CBRE Group, Kingspan Group and Balfour Beatty for over 12 years. The software covers all scope of emissions and provides the best statistical analysis performance.
“We are preparing colleagues across projects to use the Accuvio software. It will have built-in compliance capabilities to meet stringent requirements of global emission factors and sustainability frameworks such as Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), Greenhouse gas (GHG) Protocol, Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI), MSCI and FTSE4Good. This will support our effort to obtain improved scorecards by the ESG rating communities and be ready for Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi),” Jee Lian explained.
An example of Accuvio’s GHG dashboard, where it can generate sustainability and carbon reports with over 2,000 types of emission sources (including waste, water, transport, business travel, commuting, and supply chain).