Corporate Sustainability & CSR Reporting Software
How can Diaphane software help you with corporate responsibility reporting?
Avoid data aggregation errors
Demonstrate audit trail
React to trends
Manage the reporting process
Transparently migrate GRI versions
Attain integrated reporting
Why do you need a dedicated sustainability software?
Stay up to date with legal regulationsReport according to GRI, or any other standard. Take it as it is, modify it to your needs or create your own reporting method.
Outsource process complexityFocus on what is material to your organization. Leave the maintenance of reporting standards, indicators and formulas to us.
Engage your stakeholdersEngage internal and external stakeholders through a single platform. Collect feedback and prepare reports of your actions with built-in analytics.
Address different audiencesUse the right sustainability stories to build your brand among customers, employees, and governments. Use the power of statistics to paint them beautifully every time.
Benefits of using our sustainability reporting software
Manage non-financial KPIs
If you want to make your reporting process more mature, it is not enough to simply collect all the data once a year and write a report based on them. You need to increase the frequency of data collection throughout the year to analyze the trends for your important KPIs to have a chance to eventually improve them. It is also crucial to be able to compare KPIs year to year to show the progress and to increase the company’s value.
Increase process transparency
The very idea of CSR is based on transparency. You cannot have a transparent business without transparent processes, nor can you build trust among stakeholders with data you cannot validate or prove. Do not waste your time on manual data collection, escalation, validation, etc. Trial your workflow, audit data, and show that your reporting process is transparent.
Where, how and when you communicate matters. Use an automated process and a user-friendly application to help your stakeholders voice their opinion about various questions, and eventually help you get exactly the information you need. Show in the report that you are having a meaningful dialogue with stakeholders.
Reduce team stress levels
One of the biggest headaches of every CSR manager is how to collect data without making people frustrated with hundreds of unclear process explanations, questions, requests, and spreadsheets flying back and forth. Ask the right questions to the right people, and let them take advantage of contextual help so that they give you the exact information you need.
Control the process throughout the year, see the progress, identify bottlenecks, manage the change if needed, and have an audit trail for all the data you collect. Always be fully confident that your data are correct and relevant. This will minimize the risk of potential stakeholders’ complaints, a drop in company value, or the need of paying penalties or fines.
Where is the business case?
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