Why report compliance AND sustainability information?
While product compliance reporting has been mandatory for decades, reporting on product sustainability was voluntary for a long time and often motivated by reputational reasons. However, due to greenwashing, shifting consumer focus, and investors looking for green investments, the demand for proof of a product’s
sustainability is increasing.
Reports create transparency and drive decisions
Only combined compliance and sustainability reporting enhances internal decision-making to create competitive and sustainable products.
What's in it for you?
- Understand why reports create transparency and drive better business decisions.
- Learn about the main challenges – report what matters, when it matters, in the right manner.
- Discover why sustainability reporting will be part of the product compliance process
- Explore how the iPoint Suite digitalizes, integrates, and automates reportings for a collaborative use
The CARE Principle
To achieve your company's sustainability and compliance goals, you need to control the complex and dynamic factors that impact them. iPoint provides the transparency you need to simplify compliance, sustainability and risk management.
This requires taking 4 steps: collect the relevant data and analyze the relations and impacts in order to report the right information to the relevant stakeholders and evolve the company towards your goals by minimizing risks and enabling collaboration and continuous improvement.
The CARE principle is the core of the iPoint Suite. By applying CARE, companies can, among other things, identify substances of concern or their product's carbon footprint, qualify and approve suppliers, and thus take control of their environmental, social and economic impacts.
iPoint supports you on the path to product compliance and decarbonization all the way.