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[Video] Whirlpool's Data Collection Win

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Far too often the process of gathering, sorting, and updating data for individual reports can take so much time there is little left for any value-added activities. Unstructured data seemingly comes from everywhere—spreadsheets sent as attachments with comments threaded through email chains and word processing documents printed and left on desks. 

How do companies tackle this barrage of data for any given reporting cycle and expect to have any time for a thorough analysis of what is being reported?

[Free Webinar] Materiality and Technology in Integrated Reporting

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Integrated reporting is increasingly on the agendas of global corporations and forward-thinking investors alike. Addressing materiality, managing stakeholder engagement, and upgrading reporting systems are not simple tasks, but with the right guidance, companies can improve their reporting processes and ensure their own long-term viability.

The CFO and the Sustainability Reporting Chain

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Various risk topics, including compliance and sustainability issues, are increasingly on the minds of CFOs—especially as these topics are being used by investors as a means for evaluating the global financial crisis. 
 
A recent white paper, The CFO and the Sustainability Reporting Chain: Why CFOs should care about sustainability reporting, explores the business imperatives surrounding the sustainability reporting chain, and the importance of data verification and materiality. Here are a few items to keep in mind:
 

Improving Integrated Reporting: New Methods and Technology

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Integrated reporting is increasingly on the agendas of global corporations and forward-thinking investors alike. Addressing materiality, managing stakeholder engagement, and upgrading reporting systems are not simple tasks, but with the right guidance, companies can improve their reporting processes and ensure their own long-term viability.

Join industry experts Prof. Robert G. Eccles and Liv Watson as they discuss the topic of materiality as it relates to the evolution of corporate reporting and the role of technology in integrated reporting processes.

When Big Energy Data Meets Sustainability

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How can a company simultaneously minimize energy costs, align sustainability goals, and reduce its carbon footprint? The first step is collecting complete, accurate, and timely energy data—then effectively managing it.
 
Join industry experts Francis Quinn, Erik Becker, and Alisdair McDougall for this on-demand webinar. They discuss the importance of a sustainability factbook, data governance for energy management, and communicating performance to stakeholders. 
 
Watch this webinar to discover: 

Independent Analyst Firm Recommends Wdesk for Improved Sustainability Reporting

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You've got enough on your plate.
 
You don't need the added stress of figuring out how to prepare your sustainability reports. 
 
See why independent analyst firm Verdantix said, "heads of sustainability should leverage this solution to support sustainability and integrated reporting processes."
 
In this short report, they've published three ways Wdesk can transform your sustainability reports.
 
Here's a preview: 
  • Facilitates real-time collaboration

Putting Technology to Work for Integrated Reporting

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The Integrated Reporting Movement, by Robert G. Eccles, Michael P. Krzus, and Sydney Ribot, explains how companies can ensure their own long-term viability by contributing to a sustainable society.
 
Although integrated reporting has seen substantial development, widespread regulatory intervention has yet to materialize. The authors provide guidance to promote wider adoption of the practice and success of the movement, starting with how companies can improve their own reporting processes. 
 

What Do You Know About Materiality?

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The Integrated Reporting Movement, by Robert G. Eccles, Michael P. Krzus, and Sydney Ribot, explains how companies can ensure their own long-term viability by contributing to a sustainable society.

Although integrated reporting has seen substantial development, widespread regulatory intervention has yet to materialize. The authors provide guidance to promote wider adoption of the practice and success of the movement, starting with how companies can improve their own reporting processes.

Webinar: Big Energy Data and the Sustainability Factbook

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How can a company simultaneously minimize energy costs, align sustainability goals, and reduce its carbon footprint? The first step is collecting complete, accurate, and timely energy data—then effectively managing it.

Join industry experts Francis Quinn, Erik Becker, and Alisdair McDougall for this 60-minute webinar. They'll discuss the importance of a sustainability factbook, data governance for energy management, and communicating performance to stakeholders. 

Don't Let The Integrated Reporting Movement Pass You By

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The Integrated Reporting Movement, by Robert G. Eccles, Michael P. Krzus, and Sydney Ribot, explains how companies can ensure their own long-term viability by contributing to a sustainable society.
 
Although integrated reporting has seen substantial development, widespread regulatory intervention has yet to materialize. The authors provide guidance to promote wider adoption of the practice and success of the movement, starting with how companies can improve their own reporting processes. 
 

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