In early 2015, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, recognising that the reporting landscape was becoming increasingly challenging for its member companies to navigate, initiated the Reporting Exchange project. The goal was to develop a ground-breaking technology platform to map out the reporting landscape. The Reporting Exchange brings together the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) and Ecodesk.
Ecodesk was selected as the technology partner behind The Reporting Exchange. If you are interested in joining the next public pilot or want to be notified when the platform goes live to all users, please register your interest.
With a focus on long-term value creation, Ecodesk has formed strong bonds with a network of organisations and partners to create a powerful group of sustainability stakeholders. This collective strength continues to shape the evolution of the Ecodesk platform, its integration and support for third party solutions. Enquire today to discuss becoming a partner or contact us to find out how our partner network can form part of your supply chain sustainability strategy.Contact us
We have chosen Ecodesk because it provides a simple and cost effective way to report our data and track that of our suppliers and customers. The supply chain dashboard is a great tool, which will help us make informed procurement decisions.Neil Baldwin, Operations Development Manager, Acorn Waste Management
GSK has chosen to report its carbon, water and waste emissions openly via Ecodesk and we are asking our suppliers to do the same. GSKâ€™s ambition to improve its supplier sustainability will see it preference suppliers willing to come on that journey.Matt Wilson, Supply Chain Sustainability Leader, GlaxoSmithKline
Our procurement and sustainable development teams will be working with Ecodesk to ensure that suppliers are taking their environmental metrics seriously, utilising them as an opportunity to create cost savings and operational efficiencies.Katy Mills, Group Head of Procurement at Places for People