ESG Robo Advisor

ESG Robo Advisor is a cloud based ESG toolkit that uses best-in-class practices, datasets and scientific methodologies to help businesses to strategize, track, collect data, report and communicate ESG matters to stakeholders.

The platform provides a comprehensive series of features and workflows, in accordance with leading global ESG frameworks, to help businesses capture and report their environmental, social and governance risks, and use available techniques to quantify the risks in financial terms.

ESG Robo Advisor is globally relevant, simple to use and applicable across a wide range of businesses and industries. The output of the tool is credible, actionable information that can be used to help businesses and stakeholders make more informed decisions to protect against ESG constraints to growth. 

All Sustainability Reporting Solutions Under One Roof

Learning Resources

Learning Resources

Access to a comprehensive reference and learning resource library providing practical and actionable references and step-by-step guides on GRI and other framework guidelines.

Guided Report Creation

Guided Report Creation

A guided process aligned with requirements set in ESG standards ensures alignment with requirements set out in the Standards. Handy recommendation and smart workflows ensure highest level of efficiency.

Project Management

Project Management & Data Vault

Sustainability reporting team's project management made easy by in-built task manager and data vault to manage internal and external contributors distributed across geographies and subsidiaries.​

Analysis and Presentation

Report Publishing & Distribution

Submit GRI compliant reports directly from the portal and publish them on our repository to easily share with stakeholders, all through same corporate account.

Benefits

Sustainability reporting in accordance with the GRI Framework or another standard involves a substantial workload. Our cloud-based, intuitive brings best practices workflows to allow you generate in an efficient manner your sustainability report. Some features include:

  • Access to a comprehensive reference and learning resource library.
  • Integrated survey management and ready templates for materiality assessment, surveys and questionnaire for data collection.
  • Collect and process complex datasets from all groups and facilities with the company or group of companies.
  • Easy access to variety of analyzers and calculators for air, emissions, energy, water, waste and other issues.
  • Project management, task boards and discussion forums.
  • Document vault and repository for easy access for reporting, reference and due diligence.
  • Generate comprehensive reports through guided reporting station.
  • Drafting and approval control

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According to an international study released by KPMG35, 95% of the 250 biggest companies in the world now report their sustainability performance, compared to 83% in 2008 and 64% in 2005.

Thousands of companies now produce sustainability reports, and while this number is growing, they only constitute a small share of global business.

Given the collective impact of SMEs, their reporting needs to be up-scaled significantly. Many Governments, NGOs, Civil Society Organisations and International Organisations are now focusing on providing tools, resources and incentives to encourage more SMEs to take up the practice
of sustainability reporting.

The costs of issuing a sustainability report may vary. Many elements contribute to the cost, including data collection, report preparation and publishing costs, external assurance, and costs associated with implementing new processes, including staff training, on data collection.

Integrated reporting, as proposed by the IIRC, is a form of corporate reporting that intends to provide a clear and concise representation of how an company creates value, now and in the future, in terms of its strategy, business model, governance, performance and prospects.

As interest in sustainability reporting grows among investors and other stakeholders, some companies are choosing to have the information disclosed in their sustainability reports assured by a third party.

The Next Generation of Big Business!

ESG Robo Advisor is offering a next-generation user experience that facilitates even the most complex analytics.