Commercial, Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions - June 14, 2021
ISDI Uses Salesforce Tech to Track Energy at Paris Center
ISDI announced June 14 that it collaborated with Salesforce and Accenture to analyze its carbon footprint and reduce its environmental impact using data-driven emissions insights.
The global training organization used Salesforce Sustainability Cloud for the operating model and technology foundation of its 800m² Paris training center to monitor, analyze and communicate environmental data. Such data includes statistics on energy consumption, emission trends and tracking progress on emission goals quarterly.
“Salesforce and Accenture have helped us develop our green strategy in our new training center in Paris, reflecting our commitment to more sustainable business practices,” Victor Kessler, head of ISDI in France, said in a statement. "The solution complements other measures we have already taken - such as choosing a 100% green electricity supplier, recycling services, as well as a zero plastic approach and the use of eco-friendly products certified for site maintenance - and will become a model for our other training centers around the world."
Projects between Salesforce and Accenture have combined Accenture’s Sustainability Services, Salesforce Sustainability Cloud and Salesforce Customer 360 to help companies improve their sustainability.
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