How better data tools can help business meet green goals

How can automated environmental reporting help a company become greener and more sustainable? An interactive webcast later this month will explore one organization’s experience.

California’s North County Transit District (NCTD) is implementing Oracle’s environmental accounting and reporting software as part of its sustainability efforts. Angela Miller, the agency’s chief technology officer/chief sustainability officer, will discuss why her organization is taking that route during a live, interactive webcast set for Thursday, Jan. 26.

Click here to register for the webinar now.

The NCTD provides public transportation for North San Diego County, and moves more than 12 million passengers a year. To help track and manage its environmental and sustainability goals, it is implementing Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Environmental Accounting & Reporting module.

Before any company can report on what it’s doing to become more sustainable, it needs to gather data … and lots of it.  But simply presenting a mass of information in its raw form won’t tell anybody much about how well an organization is doing. To deliver a clear, complete picture of its eco-focused efforts, a business needs first to effectively manage, analyze and report the environmental data it’s gathered. And if it can do that automatically, all the better.

Effective environmental reporting helps show customers, partners and regulators exactly what a company is doing in sustainability, and how successfully it’s doing so. But the right applications can do more than just enhance transparency. They can also help an organization identify new opportunities for cost savings and other benefits, and to build its reputation as a sustainable brand.

Jon Chorley and Rich Kroes of Oracle will also be on hand during the Jan. 26 webinar to highlight the key features and benefits of the modules for both Oracle E-Business Suite and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

The webinar is aimed at sustainability and corporate responsibility teams, facilities owners, IT leaders, risk and compliance officers, and business operations and finance executives.

To learn more about the webinar, click here.


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