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  • 1. Sustainability: Outcomes and Options How Green is Your House? October 17, 2008
  • 2. Agenda
    • Introduction
    • Accenture’s Point of View on Sustainability
    • “ Quick Wins”
    • Sustainability Solutions
    • Summary Q&A
    Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved.
  • 3. Green IT – Challenge and Opportunity
    • Traditionally, IT spend has not concentrated on delivering business value
    • Major IT change programs have historically been driven by external forces, such as the Y2K and SOX compliance
    • Environmental concern and Green IT is the next major challenge to face our clients and requires a step change in the way our organizations run and deploy their IT, but we need to understand where the opportunities are
    Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Relative IT Spend Time Euro Adoption Y2000 SOX Compliance ILLUSTRATIVE
  • 4. Why assess green maturity? Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ What gets measured, gets managed” IT organizations do not understand how well they perform in terms of Green IT - much less do they understand how they stand up to their competitors Without this understanding, they lack empowerment to improve. We can help our clients drive initiatives that will help them drive efficiency and environmental savings Attrib: Dr Peter Drucker
  • 5. The Green IT Agenda A holistic view of the impact of IT on the environment
    • The Green IT Agenda takes a holistic view of the environmental footprint across an organization’s IT, not just data center power consumption .
    Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Office Environment Procurement Corporate Citizenship Working Practices Data Center Concerned with the way an organization’s IT is run including locations, process and structure An organization’s share compute capabilities including servers, storage and network End user computer devices including desktops, laptops, printers and mobile devices The processes by which an organization purchases equipment, supplies and services The way the IT organization interacts with the local, regional and global community
  • 6. Accenture believes these “Quick Hits” opportunities can deliver significant value for Public Service Organizations in a short period. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ Quick Win” Description Typical Timing Value Delivered Rep. Clients Virtualization The ability to split a physical server at the operating system level and enable multiple isolated and secure “virtualized” servers to run on the single physical server. 6-10 months
    • Reduction of server footprint by 35-45%
    • Large FS Client
    • Large Communications Services Provider
    Process Improvements Analyze existing processes that support delivering IT to the business to improve efficiencies and drive cost take outs. 6-10 months
    • Reduce energy consumption by 15-20%
    • Major US Software Developer
    • Large Telecom Firm
    Sustainable Sourcing Reduce costs and embed sustainability into procurement practice. Triple Bottom Line approach (Economic, Environmental & Social). 4-6 months
    • Up to 30% emissions reduction, avg. 15% cost savings – < 6 months to achieve initial results
    • Large North American Utility Provider
    Carbon Footprint Metrics Identify baselines and metrics for supply chain sustainability components, goal setting and ongoing performance management & reporting. 3-6 months
    • Proactive compliance to legislative and executive orders. Drives tangible reporting of sustainability progress
    • State of Florida
    • Australia Post
    Sustainable Fleet Management Fleet asset optimization, distribution & network consolidation, fuel management, transportation strategies, etc. 4-6 months
    • Increase asset utilization, 30%+ reduction in GHG emissions, physical consolidation
    • Largest UK Electricity Provider
    • Global Retailer
    SMART Building Commissioning Optimizing a large set of owned buildings and optimizing energy performance through IT based data analytics. 3-6 months
    • Reductions of 15-25% of utility and maintenance costs
    • Rapid Return on Investment especially with gain share model
    Accelerate IT Systems Accelerate IT “as-is-to-be” design using lean methods to optimize (simplify) processes before software development. Build in reliability using Design for Lean Six Sigma (DFLSS) techniques. 1-2 months
    • Simplified automation and coding
    • Improved inter-departmental flow and ROI
    • Large US City
    Cost/Resource Reduction Strategic cost reduction assessment identifies largest resource consumers, identifies set of initiatives ranging from quick hits to longer term impact, develops roadmap, executes quick hits. 3-12 months
    • Improves ROI by prioritizing/focusing on initiatives that will drive out cost/consumption
    • USPS
    • US Army
    • Commercial clients
    “ Sustainability Starts Personally” Identifying personal ways for the workforce to increase recycling and reduce paper usage and other waste. 1-4 weeks
    • Reduction of paper usage by up to 50%
    • Large Public Service Security Project (450 personnel)
  • 7. Accenture believes these “Quick Hits” opportunities can deliver significant value for Public Service Organizations in a short period. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ Quick Win” Virtualization Description The ability to split a physical server at the operating system level and enable multiple isolated and secure “virtualized” servers to run on the single physical server. Typical Timing 6-10 months Value Delivered
    • Reduction of server footprint by 35-45%
    Representative Clients
    • Large FS Client
    • Large Communications Services Provider
  • 8. Accenture believes these “Quick Hits” opportunities can deliver significant value for Public Service Organizations in a short period. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ Quick Win” Process Improvements Description Analyze existing processes that support delivering IT to the business to improve efficiencies and drive cost take outs Typical Timing 6-10 months Value Delivered
    • Reduce energy consumption by 15-20%
    Representative Clients
    • Major US Software Developer
    • Large Telecom Firm
  • 9. Accenture believes these “Quick Hits” opportunities can deliver significant value for Public Service Organizations in a short period. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ Quick Win” Sustainable Sourcing Description Reduce costs and embed sustainability into procurement practice. Triple Bottom Line approach (Economic, Environmental & Social) Typical Timing 4-6 months Value Delivered
    • Up to 30% emissions reduction, average 15% cost savings – < 6 months to achieve initial results
    Representative Client
    • Large North American Utility Provider
  • 10. Accenture believes these “Quick Hits” opportunities can deliver significant value for Public Service Organizations in a short period. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ Quick Win” Carbon Footprint Metrics Description Identify baselines and metrics for supply chain sustainability components, goal setting and ongoing performance management & reporting. Typical Timing 3-6 months Value Delivered
    • Proactive compliance to legislative and executive orders. Drives tangible reporting of sustainability progress
    Representative Clients
    • State of Florida
    • Australia Post
  • 11. Accenture believes these “Quick Hits” opportunities can deliver significant value for Public Service Organizations in a short period. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ Quick Win” Sustainable Fleet Management Description Fleet asset optimization, distribution & network consolidation, fuel management, transportation strategies, etc. Typical Timing 4-6 months Value Delivered
    • Increase asset utilization, 30%+ reduction in GHG emissions, physical consolidation
    Representative Clients
    • Largest UK Electricity Provider
    • Global Retailer
  • 12. Accenture believes these “Quick Hits” opportunities can deliver significant value for Public Service Organizations in a short period. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ Quick Win” SMART Building Commissioning Description Optimizing a large set of owned buildings and optimizing energy performance through IT-based data analytics Typical Timing 3-6 months Value Delivered
    • Reductions of 15-25% of utility and maintenance costs
    Representative Clients
    • Rapid Return on Investment especially with gain share model
  • 13. Accenture believes these “Quick Hits” opportunities can deliver significant value for Public Service Organizations in a short period. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ Quick Win” Accelerate IT Systems Description Accelerate IT “as-is-to-be” design using lean methods to optimize (simplify) processes before software development. Build in reliability using Design for Lean Six Sigma (DFLSS) techniques. Typical Timing 1-2 months Value Delivered
    • Simplified automation and coding
    • Improved inter-departmental flow and ROI
    • Upgrade underlying infrastructure
    Representative Client
    • Large US City
  • 14. Accenture believes these “Quick Hits” opportunities can deliver significant value for Public Service Organizations in a short period. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ Quick Win” Cost/Resource Reduction Description Strategic cost reduction assessment identifies largest resource consumers, identifies set of initiatives ranging from quick hits to longer term impact, develops roadmap, executes quick hits Typical Timing 3-12 months Value Delivered
    • Improves ROI by prioritizing/focusing on initiatives that will drive out cost/consumption
    Representative Clients
    • USPS
    • US Army
    • Commercial Clients
  • 15. Accenture believes these “Quick Hits” opportunities can deliver significant value for Public Service Organizations in a short period. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. “ Quick Win” “ Sustainability Starts Personally” Description Identifying personal ways for the workforce to increase recycling and reduce paper usage and other waste. Typical Timing 1-4 weeks Value Delivered
    • Reduction of paper usage by up to 50%
    Representative Client
    • Large Public Service Security Project (450 personnel)
  • 16. We recommend a two-pronged approach to achieving measurable results – “Quick Wins” and longer term Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Mo 0 Market Focus & Position Distinctive Capabilities Performance Anatomy Business Foundation Strategic Approach “ Quick Wins”
    • SMART Buildings
    • Sustainable Sourcing
    • Carbon Footprint Metrics
    • Sustainable Fleet Mgmt
    • Virtualization
    • Provisioning
    • “ Sustainability Starts Personally?
    • Pockets of Inefficiency
    • Improved Metrics
    • Additional Initiatives
    Mo 1 Mo 2 Mo 3 Mo 4 Mo 5 Mo 6 Mo 7 Mo 8 Mo 12 Mo 10
    • Strategic Plan
    Mo 11 Mo 9
    • Cost/Resource Reduction
    • Accelerate IT Systems
    • Program and Change Management
  • 17. Accenture’s Green IT and Data Center’s Practice Overview
    • Green solutions embrace the 3 Rs (Reduce, Recycle, Reuse) to maximize the Green Computing Equation.
    Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Partners Key Customers
    • Fortune 125 Energy Provider
    • Large UK Electronics Retailer
    • Large UK Media Organization
    • Large Australian Telco
    Key Solutions/Offerings Benefits/Value Delivered
    • Next Generation Data Center (NGDC) Architecture
    • Consolidate up to 50% of an organization’s existing server footprint
    • Reduce IT complexity across the enterprise
    • Increase Service Levels
    • Reduce overall IT costs by 25-35%
    • Green Suite of Tools
      • Data Center Estimator
      • Green Maturity Model
      • Work Place Estimator
    • Identify areas to improve efficiencies within the Data Center and Corporate IT
    • Determine an organization’s enterprise IT baseline (e.g. Energy Consumption, Energy Spend, Carbon Emissions)
    • Develop Green IT Roadmap to reduce energy consumption by 20-30%
    • Infrastructure Transformation
    • Reduce cost and complexity through consolidation, standardization, and virtualization
    • Provide cost effective remote managed services
    • Leverage Utility Based computing
    • Cost reductions up to 30%
    • Cost avoidance and risk reduction opportunities can be as high as 50%
  • 18. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Low High Easy Difficult/Complex Ease of Implementation Value Creation/ Degree of Impact Must Have Major CAPEX Further Investigation No/Minimal CAPEX Storage Virtualization Server Virtualization Process Improvements Sustainable Sourcing Carbon Metrics Sustainable Fleet Mgt Smart Bldg Accelerate IT Systems Cost Res Reduction Personal Accountability Decision Framework – Green Quick Hits
  • 19. Accenture’s Green IT Capabilities assessed by Forrester Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Forrester released its “Dawn of Green IT Services” report in March 2008. Accenture was the only SI out of the 12 leading firms to receive a full capability rating in each of the 23 categories taken into consideration
  • 20. Summary & QA
    • Green can be good for both the environment and the bottom line
    • Build a road map that’s meaningful and measurable
    • It’s small steps, and let “success build on success”
    • Q&A
    Copyright © 2008 Accenture All Rights Reserved.