CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) is becoming a structural principle for corporate action.
Businesses need a global overview of their environmental and societal challenges in order to control risk and innovate throughout the entire value chain. Initially after the 1992 Earth Summit, this came in the form of indicators that enabled them to progressively incorporate sustainable development into their strategy, brand and products. Nowadays, new data management and digital solutions give companies the power to reduce their environmental and societal footprint (energy, territorial impact, health, mobility, etc.) in a more tangible manner. They can therefore fulfil their commitments and positively transform the planet.