SAP hold ranking for 7th year in a row for sustainability
It has been announced that SAP has been ranked the most sustainable software and services company by Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for the seventh consecutive year. The company also achieved inclusion in the CDP’s Global 500 Climate Disclosure and Performance Leadership Indexes [PDF]. The rankings recognize the exemplary actions SAP has taken to embed sustainability across its business worldwide and its efforts to continuously reduce carbon emissions since 2007. Both reports are aimed at helping investors and other stakeholders understand how listed companies are managing financial, social and environmental risks and opportunities.
SAP has also been nominated for the German Sustainability Award in the category “most sustainable strategy for the future.” The award is endorsed by the German Federal Government, the National Council for Sustainable Development and numerous scientific organizations and associations, including UNESCO and UNICEF. One of the most prestigious sustainability awards in Europe, winners will be announced on November 22.
“At SAP, we are driven by the vision to help the world run better — through our solutions for customers and consumers, our own internal operations and by giving back to society,” said Peter Graf, chief sustainability officer, SAP. “This week’s public recognition of SAP as a worldwide sustainability leader is result of our achievements in realizing this goal. This is a tremendous validation of our efforts to embed sustainability across the company globally and help ensure the long-term success of our customers’ and our own business.”