Sustainability for the Technology Industry

Connecting The Dots

Is your company ready to address a variety of sustainability challenges and transform them into drivers for success? As the source of critical information and insight for the technology industry, IHS can help you develop and execute a holistic strategy to grow your business and strengthen shareholder value.

We have the information, analytics and expertise that you need to deal with a host of interconnected sustainability issues - by developing innovative products, creating new business models, mitigating potential risks and entering new markets. We have the information, analytics and expertise that you need to address a host of interconnected sustainability issues - from managing newly extended supply chains and complying with new environmental regulations to maintaining your knowledge-base as the workforce cycles.

Find out how we can help you race ahead of the competition with IHS Sustainability Solutions.

Sustainability in Technology

What’s Included

Sales growth
Changing demographics, automation, mobility, urbanization, climate change and resource scarcity are all impacting the ways that people and machines interact, communicate and use technology. Technology industry leaders who design solutions that anticipate evolving consumer preferences and global social and environmental challenges are able to identify and enter new growth markets.
Increased market share
By aligning products with consumers’ social and environmental purchasing preferences or customers’ responsible sourcing requirements, technology companies improve their brand image and set themselves apart from other suppliers of similar products. Fair labor standards, eco-efficiency, and other sustainability attributes can also improve product performance and reputation.
Positive government relations
Companies engage in positive government relations by complying with local policies and regulations, e.g. RoHS Directives in Europe or national emissions reduction goals. Articulating how a company’s operations or products contribute to regional social and economic development goals also can result in favorable policies, incentives or business climates.
Lower operational risks
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions, raw materials consumption, end-of-life waste, product failures, workplace accidents, and security risks can improve Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) performance as well as prevent costly business delays and disruptions.
Cost savings
Using technologies and processes that enable more efficient use of water, energy, and other raw materials during production, decrease manufacturing downtime or prevent damage to brand/reputation can reduce overall spending in both the short and long term.
Attraction of top talent
As highly skilled and educated workers seek employment with companies that are innovating and helping to address the complex issues facing our planet and society, technology companies can use sustainability as a powerful tool for recruitment and employee retention.

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