Here, for the first time, is what your verifier is really thinking, but isn’t legally allowed to tell you directly: a list of the most common issues that are causing reporters additional time or cost, and how to avoid them.
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With the increased prominence of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) in corporate and financial reporting, it is increasingly important to ensure you have accurate, verifiable data underlying your reports. Choosing the right ESG calculation engine is a critical part of compliance with rapidly evolving requirements and regulations.
Integration with other systems, whether on-premises or in the cloud, has become a key wish list item for many EHS software buyers. It allows you to take advantage of other tools used by your organization (or available from third parties) to simplify processes, access information, and enhance communication, both internally and externally.
With an increased focus on the role that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions play in climate change, ensuring your emissions reporting is accurate is more important than ever. Choosing the right calculation engine plays a crucial part in remaining compliant with these rapidly evolving requirements and regulations.