Enterprises worldwide have started recognizing the importance of green information technology as a value driver and are adopting a triple-bottom-line approach – focusing on people, planet, and profits, to realize their business goals.
Green information technology is fast evolving as the key enabler for sustainable and responsible business models, with significant adoption of AI, IoT, predictive analytics, and blockchain for many use cases in the sustainability services market.
While enterprises understand the importance of sustainability, they may lack the necessary expertise and capabilities to fully embrace it. Hence, they are extensively collaborating with green information technology providers to accelerate their sustainability journeys.
These technology providers help enterprises to monitor their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) data, streamline ESG reporting, create sustainability roadmaps, generate more inclusive and safe workplaces, reduce carbon footprints, integrate circular economy principles into their production processes, and address other sustainability use cases.
Everest Group aligns enterprises with the right providers and partners.
Since the pandemic, the focus on enterprise sustainability has significantly increased. Consumers are becoming more environmentally and socially conscious, and regulations are constantly changing across geographies. As a result, enterprises are being compelled to take measures to become more sustainable.
We see the following three key trends being critical to shaping green information technologies going forward:
Going forward, participation from more and more enterprises in this green mission of building a sustainable future seems inevitable and essential. Everest Group’s insights and fact-based research help business leaders confidently navigate their sustainability journeys.