Manage risk, increase supply chain resiliency and drive business performance
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks are amongst those that have become difficult to pinpoint – and more prevalent now than ever. Due to inconsistencies of data and lack of standardization, it is a challenge to proactively harnessing ESG insights to mitigate risk and reap competitive benefits.
D&B ESG Intelligence delivers data and analytics built from the Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud and established sustainability standards to help companies quantify and assess the impact of their business partners' sustainability rankings to their companies' performance. This true and trusted source of ESG data enables compliance and procurement teams to generate insights that help strengthen their ESG goals and policies, and streamline ESG assessment processes.
As ESG investing is becoming increasingly important owing to global uncertainties, you can become more relevant and sustainable by making sure that you have strong ESG standards at an organisational level. Our self assessment reports are designed to help you build credibility globally.
ESG self-reports and assessments are curated to help MSMEs understand where they stand in their ESG journey. This will help in integrating with the global supply chains more easily.
Demand for ESG investing is growing primarily because investors recognize that factors like climate change have a real and long-term impact on the value of their investments. As more and more investors adopt such strategies, organisations would need to become ESG compliant to receive investments.
With robust coverage of private and public entities around the globe and rigorous processing and quality assurance, D&B ESG Rankings provide the transparency, data quality, and reporting infrastructure procurement teams need to incubate future-ready supply chains. What we offer 2nd point colour for header.
This standardized framework provides trusted, and measurable insights that help you benchmark against industry averages, develop goals to stimulate supply chain performance, set ESG policies in onboarding evaluations, and compare your supplier’s ESG Rankings against performance.
D&B ESG Intelligence is a suite of ESG offerings that will help you understand where you stand in your ESG journey. You can choose from self-assessments, third-party assessments, Risk Analytics ESG module and an industry trusted badge of recognition (ERS).
Dun & Bradstreet’s ESG Rankings are conveniently organized into 13 ESG themes and 31 topic specific categories to help you understand specific risks and opportunities. The rankings are structured around leading sustainability frameworks such as CDP, UN PRI, SASB and many more.
Dun & Bradstreet collects ESG data from millions of globally trusted sources. Our deep data coverage and breakdown of ESG risks help connect the dots between your supply chain partner’s performance and ESG.
Having a constant view of ESG data on your supply chain partners helps in constantly monitoring suppliers and supports routine audits. It will help you understand the overall ESG performance of your entire supply chain portfolio. It also help benchmark ESG performance against ESG standards.
D&B ESG Intelligence helps you have a 360 degree view of ESG for your entire supply chain portfolio. This will help you identify risks in time so that you can proactively take measures to mitigate them.
D&B ESG Intelligence is a suite of products which include ESG Self Assessments, Risk Analytics ESG Module, Third Party ESG Reports and ESG Registered Solutions.
Dun & Bradstreet maintains extremely stringent data governance guidelines and therefore you can be rest assured that your data is completely safe.
With the Risk Analytics ESG Module, you can quickly monitor your portfolio’s ESG performance, search and locate third parties by ESG rankings, and generate comprehensive and targeted ESG reports.
Corporate supply chains are bigger and more widespread than ever. With open markets enabling materials and production to be sourced across the globe, companies now rely on thousands of third parties to help them generate their bottom line. ESG risks are amongst those that have become difficult to pinpoint – and more prevalent now than ever. That is why having a complete view of ESG is important for every company.
In India, the top 1000 companies by market capitalisation have to file a Business Responsibility and Sustainability Report (BRSR) as mandated by SEBI. The BRSR requires companies to provide a number of key qualitative and quantitative disclosures covering environment, social and governance areas. Therefore it is essential for every company to become ESG compliant as the large companies also would like to do business with ESG compliant suppliers and partners.