Start Your Sustainability Journey with Sustainability Dashboard

October 23, 2011

10:00 am

Operating in a sustainable way is becoming a best practice for companies seeking efficiency and corporate social responsibility. If you still haven’t adapted your business practices to include sustainability initiatives and need an affordable, yet thorough solution, Sustainability Dashboard might be a great place to start.

Sustainability Dashboard helps companies monitor, report and identify areas where they can reduce expenses while offering improvement tips to help optimize energy and water use, as well as to manage waste disposal and transportation issues.

The company offers a dashboard designed to help organizations of all sizes, and it’s easy to use and cost-effective. In fact, Sustainability Dashboard provides 95% accuracy for only 5% of the cost, compared to other competitive products.

If you’re a marketing manager who wants to prevent potential “greenwash,” you can document your company’s green and sustainability claims, differentiate your company from the mass of competitors offering green products, and use Sustainability Dashboard’s reporting tool to demonstrate your green sales and trends.

Distribution managers can use the dashboard to reduce fuel usage and optimize routes and deliveries. Warehouse managers can track energy used to light, heat and cool the warehouse. And, of course, sustainability directors can quickly calculate greenhouse emissions and integrate results into company sustainability reports.

With monthly plans starting at just $150, businesses of all sizes can get started on a greener path right now. Sustainability Dashboard was featured at our Bloomington Startup Mixer on Thursday, which kicked off The Combine Conference.

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Meg Rayford is a communications consultant based in Northern Virginia. She previously spent two years as the Director of Public Relations for a nonprofit startup, where she learned a lot about providing clean water for impoverished countries, even within the confines of a bootstrapped startup. She is the editor of Tech Cocktail, and she develops media strategies for companies in Washington, DC and Virginia. You can read her most recent work in the marketing chapter of the upcoming book, "Social Innovation and Impact in Nonprofit Leadership," which will be published in Spring 2014 by Springer Publishing. Follow her @megkrayford.

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