the path to sustainable operations
A convergence of forces are driving the need for companies to rethink what sustainability means to their business. From increased regulations for the health and safety of customers and employees, to economic factors such as rising energy costs and advanced technologies becoming more affordable, conditions are changing. Being a sustainable business is becoming crucial to staying competitive and attracting top talent.
Unlike the old view of sustainability which primarily centered around a facilities manager, compliance, and reporting about your carbon footprint, the new sustainability is about smart operations, and transitioning from a cost center to a strategic profit center in your business. This expanded view of sustainable operations has helped companies see 17% higher profitability and 22% higher employee and customer satisfaction ratings.
Is it time for you to rethink sustainable operations?
As you think about health and safety, do you have the ability to be resilient and change quickly?
Do you have the visibility to think about sustainability holistically across your business?
What type of equipment do you have, is it intelligent, connected, and energy efficient?
Are your systems proprietary or open, so you can easily integrate new best of breed technology?
Take the next step
No matter where your company is today, we can help you move forward on the path to sustainable operations and increased profitability.
There are risks to not evolving. Energy inefficient equipment, deferred maintenance and aging infrastructure can cause downtime and increased truck rolls and maintenance costs. Failure to address health and safety regulations and act socially and environmentally responsible can cost you business and customer loyalty. Plus, limited oversight across your entire facilities increases operational risk.
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