SustainIt Solutions announce the relaunch of their unique sustainability software selection tool GoMarketWise, designed to help businesses select the right EHS/ESG software to achieve their sustainability goals. GoMarketWise is an easy to use, free and independent tool that evaluates a wide range of nearly 70 systems to recommend the best options for each individual business’s budget and requirements.
With so many sustainability software solutions now on the market, SustainIt knew that they could share their 15 years of expertise and knowledge to help companies sift through the complex market and find the right fit for them.
“We know how important it is for businesses large and small to have access to the right software that can help them achieve their sustainability goals, on time and within budget, but time and again we’ve seen massive budgets wasted due to lack of information or poor advice. That’s why we created Go Market Wise,” (Charlie Stockford, CEO).
The survey, which takes 5-10 minutes to complete, provides businesses with a range of solutions that can help manage their responsible business, EHS, risk and compliance and supply chain data, reporting and more.
The survey is simple and quick to use – just fill in a few questions on your business needs and what you’re looking from in a software system – users, areas, integrations, functionality and so on – and SustainIt will provide you with a full report detailing the vendors that best fit your needs, with advice on next steps towards a successful implementation.
Having the right sustainability data management software in place is becoming more important for businesses as it matters increasingly to employees, clients and consumers alike, and helps existing and potential stakeholders make better decisions. Even in the last year, businesses have benefitted financially from producing strong ESG data:
“During the early months of the pandemic, the stock market plummeted. But companies with strong ESG reporting were outperforming, so it moved sceptics in capital markets to take stronger focus on ESG.” – Catherine Howarth, CEO of ShareAction speaking at The Economist’s Sustainability Week 2021.