Wolters Kluwer & Makersite Collaborate for ESG Goals

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Wolters Kluwer Enablon and Makersite have partnered to help manufacturing companies reach their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals and achieve net zero by providing them with the necessary tools and resources.

The two industry leaders will support organisations in achieving their Net Zero goals by reducing their carbon emissions through the management of their supply chains. This includes various activities such as data collection, modelling, reporting, planning, forecasting, and operational implementation to reduce GHG emissions across all three scopes.

“The ability to provide auditable and actionable insights for Scope 3 GHG emissions has been the missing piece in Net Zero ambitions,” said Laurent Dechaux, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, Wolters Kluwer Enablon. “Working with Makersite makes it easier to track these insights related to upstream and downstream activity from within an organisation’s supply chain. When paired with our existing Scope 1 and Scope 2 capabilities, we can provide a more complete view of GHG emissions throughout the supply chain.”

Enablon and Makersite will collaborate to offer a comprehensive solution for clients to achieve their Net Zero ambitions.

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Enablon, the world's leading provider of integrated software solutions for risk management, compliance, engineering and operations, ESG, and sustainability, and Makersite, a Germany-based startup specialising in bringing sustainability and cost insights into the early-stage design process of product manufacturing, will work together to provide consistent and unified reporting for their clients. The goal is to help clients reach the target of Net Zero emissions through effective data management and reporting.

Enablon and Makersite's collaboration will allow large companies to effectively manage and implement their Net Zero goals while reducing costs. Enablon provides strong Net Zero programme management and implementation capabilities, while Makersite offers a cloud-based Product Lifecycle Intelligence solution.

With this set of solutions, companies will be able to get rid of carbon from their operations and supply chains, which will lead to lower costs for operations, materials, and energy. The result is a more sustainable and cost-effective approach to achieving Net Zero emissions.

Makersite's cloud-based AI solution uses data from the Enablon Vision Platform and more than 140 other data sources to create digital twins of every product and process used by an organisation and its supply chain. These digital twins offer in-depth analysis across various criteria, including GHG emissions, supply risk, costs, health & safety, and regulatory compliance. This information helps organisations make well-informed decisions and reach their Net-Zero goals in a way that saves money and works well.

“Decarbonisation has become the single biggest driver of innovation and disruption in the market. Capital deployment, regulations, and competition are the key drivers for adoption, and the only thing that’s holding things back is a scalable way to measure and capitalise on opportunities to decarbonise,” said Neil D’Souza, Founder and CEO, Makersite. "Working with Wolters Kluwer Enablon will help Makersite's groundbreaking technology reach a huge number of customers, and the joint offer will help our customers move faster toward a low-carbon future."

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