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GRI Conference, 27 May, Peterschmitt - Learn About GRI Certified Software And Tools

  1. 1. Learn about GRI certified Software and Tools Successful GRI reporting with SAP Sustainability Performance Management. Yannick Peterschmitt Amanda Plakosh-Angeles Director, Solution Management Global Sustainability Analyst Sustainability Performance Management Lexmark International, Inc. SAP AG.
  2. 2. SAP‘s Sustainability Vision “Make the world run better” Dual Strategy SAP as as SAP SAP as Exemplar Exemplar Enabler Transform SAP into a Lead the market role model for of sustainability sustainability solutions
  3. 3. Exemplar: Ambitous Targets SAP as a role model Environmental Reduce carbon footprint to 2000 levels by 2020 Social Drive net new business activity in the base of pyramid Economic Grow revenues and increase margins to 2014 goals
  4. 4. Enabler: Strategic, Reliable, Efficient Introducting SAP SuPM Management processes and analytics to communicate and execute sustainability strategy Disclosures based on reliable information and data, including GRI content Data gathering with automatic and repeatable collection from systems and people
  5. 5. SAP and GRI: Dual Strategy “SAP BusinessObjects Sustainability Performance Management is the first application to be certified by the GRI Certified Software and Tools Program, which assures the correct use of GRI copyright-protected content. SAP’s new solution will support sustainability reporting based on GRI standards, benefitting internal management of key sustainability issues and providing stakeholders the information they demand.” Ernst Ligteringen, CEO of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). GRI to define the standard SAP to support the process SAP to guarantee TCO GRI to certify the content
  6. 6. Co-innovation: Key to Success Customer Review Customer Input Customer Testing & Validation Setup Phase Sprint 1 Sprint n Release Phase Project Kick-Off Start of Sprint End of Sprint Rel. Corr. Close 1 2 3 4 5 INVENT DEFINE DEVELOP DEPLOY
  7. 7. Sustainability Reporting Solutions Amanda Plakosh-Angeles Global Sustainability Analyst, Lexmark International, Inc.
  8. 8. Sustainability Reporting Stakeholder Requirement: GRI Reporting Challenges: –Resource constraints –Data availability Data –Data reliability Solution: SAP SuPM
  9. 9. Sustainability Reporting SAP Sustainability Performance Management (SuPM) • Simplicity: Preloaded GRI Indicators • Flexibility: Ability to add / modify KPIs as needed • Organization: Single repository for data; Long term data storage • Access / Control: Data simultaneously accessible to multiple company representatives, but only modifiable by select individuals
  10. 10. Sustainability Reporting “SAP Sustainability Performance Management (SuPM) “ will enable us to move beyond measuring and reporting to incorporating sustainability in a more strategic way within our business.” John Gagel Manager, Sustainability Lexmark International, Inc.
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  12. 12. SAS: Delivering insights for sustained leadership Alyssa Farrell, Manager of Strategic and Sustainable Solutions
  13. 13. Today’s Reality • +45 entrants to sustainability software market over last 12 months • Increasing linkage between financial and non- financial reporting • Decreased headcount to manage internal data • New guidance from GRI Sector Supplements • Increased scrutiny on data quality
  14. 14. Global Footprint, Local Initiatives
  15. 15. Common Management Obstacles • Availability of Environmental Data – Disparate – Unreliable – Infrequent • Reporting is becoming more frequent and complex – Expanding scopes create multiple parameters for evaluation – Can’t meet reporting requirements in given timeframe because internal process is manual • Goals are unclear – Not all operating units are measuring performance against specific indicators in the same way – Little to no evidence of cause and effect linkage between objectives/ metrics and overall strategy
  16. 16. Our Approach • Streamline environmental data management processes • Understand current and projected performance • Improve transparency of environmental and social performance data for internal and external stakeholders • Align with key reporting standards, including GRI • Determine the top causes of carbon emissions, waste or water consumption. • Model alternative sustainability projects and quantify their effect on achieving corporate objectives.
  17. 17. SAS® for Sustainability Management MEASURE REDUCE OPTIMIZE EXTEND SAS Sustainability SAS Energy and Environmental Optional Value-Add Reporting Emissions Mgmt Analytics Workbench Solutions Industry Templates Carbon Footprint Advanced forecasting IT Resource Utilization (GRI, CDP, IPIECA, etc) Analysis Thematic KPI Scenario Modeling “What-If” Simulations Carbon Market Dashboards Risk Analytics Resource Optimization Supplier Risk Performance Forecasts Assessment GHG Abatement Cost Curve
  18. 18. SAS Sustainability Reporting • Single source of information about an organization’s sustainability performance • Determine correlations between key performance indicators • Leverage pre-built KPI templates • Embedded data integration or web data entry • Articulate relationship to overall corporate strategy
  19. 19. Poste Italiane Group Logistics/ Government Business Issue “We had no doubts in selecting a • Collect and measure energy data • Meet efficiency goals in at least 250 Poste Italiane technology partner because its Group facilities solution ensured that a balance • Target reductions in facilities with highest consumption –data processing centers, executive would be struck between centers and the largest branches. performance and ease of customization and management.” Results/Benefits Luciano Blasi • Improved visibility into areas of over-and Energy Manager under-performance • Immediate drop in energy consumption • Reduction in GHG emissions by 7% Read the Full Story
  20. 20. SAS Energy and Emissions Management • Establish & analyze emissions/water/waste inventory • Calculate AND model key environmental activities • Evaluate alternative programs via scenario modeling • Maximize profitability through comprehensive cost analyses • Emissions accounting is based on global standards • AMEE data service provides auditable emissions factors
  21. 21. Cisco Communications “We want to apply the Business Issue • Improve transparency of environmental transformative effect of performance and areas of most impact technology towards meeting • Prioritize projects that contribute to CEO’s goal of greenhouse gas reductions Cisco’s sustainability goals. • Increase efficiency of environmental reporting That is why we are proud to • Measure and manage greenhouse gas emissions partner with SAS to apply robust technology to support the measurement and management of Cisco’s greenhouse emissions and our reduction goals.” Laura Ipsen Senior Vice President, Cisco
  22. 22. Environmental Analytics Workbench • Decision support for resource intensive organizations • Determine cost and carbon impact of proposed abatement projects • Quantify the best case scenario that meets customer demand while reducing emissions or other consumption unit • Employ sophisticated simulations • Enhanced visualization & exploration
  23. 23. Korean Steel Manufacturer Industrial Manufacturing Business Issue • Identify operational efficiencies to implement if/when market regulations are established that limit carbon emissions or require future reductions Solution • SAS Operations Research • SAS for Sustainability Management Results/Benefits • Optimized the combination of the new technologies, GHG abatement potential, and the marginal cost of GHG reduction for steel manufacturing.
  24. 24. Alignment with GRI • Common set of performance indicators • Quick starting point regardless of industry • Support and guidance from recognized NGO • GRI support in multiple languages
  25. 25. Evolution of Sustainability Program at SAS Jerry Williams, Director Environmental Sustainability
  26. 26. Corporate Social Responsibility Overview Executive Sustainability Council Environmental Management Social Economic Program Energy & Waste Water Procurement Emissions Reduction & Green Building Conservation Practices Management Recycling 2008 CSR Report
  27. 27. Sustainability Goals • Better access to sustainability data • Better identify costs of action or inaction • Reduce energy consumption & costs • Reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions • Enable global office comparisons • Raise employee awareness • Impact SAS’ bottom line
  28. 28. Best Intentions • Efforts sincere in beginning • Numerous disconnected spreadsheets and data summaries • Ownership of processes unclear • Difficulty assigning appropriate relevance to measures • Poor communication to executives
  29. 29. Carbon Profile SAS Global CO2e T x Energy Source SAS Global CO2e T x Geography Asia Pacific Canada Electricity 12% 1% Jet Fuel Latin America Natural Gas 0.3% Motor Gasoline Liquid Petrolium EMEA Diesel Fuel 15% Refrigerants Electricity US (86%) 73% Asset 2007 2008 2009 2008 - 2009 Var Cary Headquarters 33,236.0 35,089.0 35,474.8 1.1% Regional Offices 5,209.0 5,496.0 5,497.4 0.0% Country Owned Offices N/A 6,338.0 6,337.0 0.0% Country Leased Offices N/A 8,992.0 9,048.4 0.6% Totals 38,445.0 55,915.0 56,357.6 0.8%
  30. 30. Energy and Emissions Dashboard
  31. 31. Sustainability Challenges • Language barriers • Stakeholder trust • Access to relevant data • Standard Utility measures • Uniqueness of facilities • Regional or culture influences • Lack of transparency in industry
  32. 32. Phase 2: SAS Sustainability Reporting GRI Framework + Operational Performance Management Pre-Built BI Dashboards Customer-specific Dashboards Forecast Model Selection GRI Initiatives (Environment, Social, Economic) Initiative Protocol Sets (reporting documents) Operational Strategies Pre-Built Analytic Aspects (logical grouping) Forecasting and Correlation Operational Initiatives Analysis (SAS GRI Guidelines (coded KPI) Stored Processes) Aggregation Aggregation Methodology Methodology and Ranges Measures (organization-specific) and Ranges Pre-Built Global Reporting Initiative (GRI G3) KPI Hierarchy Customer-specific operational performance hierarchy Customer-specific Data Integration IP Included as part of the SAS Sustainability Reporting Solution Customization as part of typical implementation
  33. 33. Advanced Energy and Emissions Forecasting
  34. 34. Phase 3: Applying Business Analytics What’s the best that can happen? What will happen next? What if these trends continue? Why is this happening? What actions are needed? Where exactly is the problem? How many, how often, where? What happened?