06 December 2022 | 09:00-09:45 | Virtual event

Empowering consumers to make sustainable choices

Measure the carbon footprint of your products reliably, frequently and at scale

06 December 2022 | 09:00-09:45 | Virtual event

Target group: CXOs and people involved in sustainability transformations for businesses.


Several consumers across the Nordic region stopped purchasing certain brands in 2021 due to sustainability or ethical concerns. Help both consumers and key areas in your organisation make sustainable choices by using SAP Product Footprint Management (PFM) to calculate the carbon footprint of your products. Raise your brand perception. Amid mounting pressure from various stakeholders and regulations changing dynamically, the primary challenges that businesses face today in carbon footprint disclosure include:

1. How to calculate carbon footprint of products reliably and at scale?

2. How to reduce the enormous manual efforts involved from experts in these calculations?

3. How to map available business data effectively to create sustainable content?

4. How to interpret and analyse calculation results effectively to drive efficient decision-making?

SAP has released PFM – a specialised solution, which, among others, enables businesses to tackle these key challenges. This session will brief you on how PFM and Deloitte’s business expertise enable businesses to address the challenges mentioned above.

Key takeaways

High level technical and functional understanding of SAP PFM solution

Key challenges involved in adopting this solution

How SAP PFM fits into the larger sustainability initiative of organizations

Speakers

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