ESG reporting captures the impact of an organization's environmental and social factors on people, the planet, and the economy, but for many, reporting is an unwelcome surprise.
Investors use ESG principles to drive more ethical investments, but many organizations are not currently producing ESG reports, which could be a challenge when new mandatory reporting is enforced in 2024. Ignoring ESG reporting is no longer an acceptable strategy.
The study found that respondents favor utilizing the same reporting frameworks for ESG as they do for financial and management reporting. You can download the full study to learn:
- Why 64% of survey respondents are aware of ESG reporting and rate it as critical, very important, or important, but how ESG is only being done by 32% of organizations.
- The benefits of ESG reporting, including the importance of connected, consistent data with no siloes.
- What made Unit4 rank 3rd out of 10 surveyed vendors.