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Data-Driven and Intelligent: How SAP Helps Organisations Perform at Their Best

By Ricardo Langa SAP Value Proposition Head, NTT DATA Europe & LATAM

Actionable intelligence from rich data gives you immediate competitive advantage. Once you trust these insights enough to devolve some decision-making to automated systems, then you are on the way to being a data-driven enterprise.

5 Minutes On… Carbon Footprint Measurement

By Bill Wilson Head of Data & Intelligence Solutions, NTT DATA UK

5 Minutes On… ESG at NTT DATA

By Yoko Tomioka SVP & Head of ESG Promotion Department, NTT DATA Corporation

Why It Makes Business Sense to Protect and Restore Nature

By Eva Zabey Executive Director, Business for Nature

Business and nature are eternally and irreversibly linked. Corporations that transform their business models will gain a competitive advantage over those that do not advocate for nature. To take a leadership position in this realm, companies must Assess, Commit, Act and Advocate.

White Paper: Creating a Vision for a Sustainable Future

The world is changing beyond recognition. Society is increasingly demanding that companies address sustainability as part of their transformation to a post-pandemic world. Sustainability is now firmly on the C-Suite agenda and it’s at the heart of NTT DATA’s vision for the future.

The Role of Operations: Sustainability, Optimisation and Cost Reduction Working Together

By Rodin Socaciu Head of Delivery, NTT DATA Romania

R&D into new forms of power generation, such as solar and wave power, might always attract the most attention, but the teams and individuals running the operational side of businesses also have the opportunity to make a difference. Significant change can come from internal optimisation.

Transforming for Growth and the Future of the Planet

By David Costa CEO, NTT DATA everis UK

As we navigate the rapidly-changing business landscape, soon the only lasting competitive advantage that companies have will be the sustainability of their operations and their readiness to develop products and services that positively impact the world around them.

Think Bigger When It Comes to Your Carbon Footprint

By Dries Guth Principal Innovation Manager & Head of Co-Innovation Lab, NTT DATA Business Solutions Germany , Paul Dietrich Principal Innovation Manager & Head of Co-Innovation Lab, NTT DATA Business Solutions Germany

Understanding what needs to be done to decrease emissions is one thing, but putting it into effect is something else. Sustainability technologies that enable businesses to take action do exist – corporations must now be willing to use them.

The Most Important Data Challenge There’s Ever Been

By Bill Wilson Head of Data & Intelligence Solutions, NTT DATA UK

With strong pressure in B2B coming from supply chain and investment funding to be able to prove sustainability goals, robust data is vital. Despite the complexity, organisations must work towards the big picture of data collection and analysis within their business now, to be in position to take the opportunities that carbon emission data can provide.

Sustainability Trends for a Stronger, More Resilient and Nature-Positive World

By David Alvarez CEO, Ecoacsa Reserva de Biodiversidad

There is money to be made from nature-positive transitions. Recent moves and initiatives from governments, regulatory bodies and the finance sector are opening up new doors for opportunity. When more companies get onboard, we’ll begin to see real change towards emissions targets.

The Era of the Bio-Economy

By Giorgio Scarpelli Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, NTT DATA Italia

Enabling technologies have given us the power to harmonise natural and economic systems. There are now lucrative opportunities for corporations to translate complexities into solutions for biodiversity protection, pollution prevention, public health improvements and job creation. Welcome to the era of the Bio-Economy.

Only Natural: Using the Five Capitals Model to Form a Sustainable Development Strategy

By Jesús Carrasco Naranjo Natural Capital & Biodiversity Project Manager, NTT DATA EMEAL

A more detailed framework is needed to understand how we can develop a sustainable society. The five capitals model expands on current assessments to include our dependence and impact on nature and the resources needed to achieve the SDGs. Luckily, there are already protocols in place to help integrate the capitals into operations.

Embedding Sustainability Into Your Organisation’s Foundations

By Rosy Cinefra VP, Head of Legal & Compliance, NTT DATA Italia

Sustainability reporting and standards are so important. Customers want to know that the companies they work with have clearly defined sustainability goals and mandates. Companies need to be prepared, need to recognise the value of sustainability in achieving their long- and short-term goals.

Decouple or Die! How Circular Approaches Can Unlock Business Success in a World of Challenges and Constraints

By Catherine Weetman Director of Rethink Global and author of A Circular Economy Handbook

We need to radically rethink our systems to live within our limits on this planet. By adopting a circular economy, businesses can decouple their footprint from the value they deliver to society.

Educating the Next Generation for a Sustainable Future

By Daniela Mazzarone Director, Cyber Security Strategy & Governance Practice, NTT DATA Italia

Education is not just a fundamental right for everyone: it’s also a pathway to a better quality of life, playing an instrumental role in attaining many of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Through sharing skills such as cybersecurity, businesses can spread knowledge and help to shape more resilient, informed future global citizens.

The CXO Podcast: Circularity and Future-Fit Corporate Strategy

By Catherine Weetman Director of Rethink Global and author of A Circular Economy Handbook , Maria Vittoria Trussoni Head of Sustainability Championship, NTT DATA Italy

Taking Action Now to Prioritise ESG Impact

By Zahra Bahrololoumi CEO, Salesforce UK and Ireland

The future belongs to businesses who are acting now to weave environmental, social and corporate governance criteria into everything they do. With business-societal interactions changing as we emerge from the pandemic, the challenges we face can help rather than hinder progress if we remain committed to reform and innovation.

Sustainable Innovation in Aviation

By Dr. Johannes Bussmann CEO of Lufthansa Technik

The aviation industry is facing its greatest performance test to date – addressing the challenges of climate change in an economically weakened state. Rethinking the way we make decisions, holding fast to a century of achievement and continually improving one’s own solutions are the guiding principles to industry transformation.

Sustainability Within Organisations: The Shift from AOB to Business Critical

By Henrietta Marsh-Smith Delivery Director, NTT DATA UK

The next generation have not only grown up as digital natives but as truly global citizens, connected like never before to people and events all over the world. Threats to our very survival, as well as an equitable and prosperous future, are felt more sharply by Generation Z than any others before them. Protect their future – and in the process, your organisation’s future too.

Sustainable Public Places and Infrastructure for a Greener Future

By Thomas Kierkgaard Director, Innovation & Technology, NTT DATA Business Solutions Nordic Region

One of the UN’s Global Goals is that of Sustainable Cities and Communities, to make these urban areas safe, resilient and inclusive as well as reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. On the Danish island of Rømø, NTT DATA Business Solutions is employing a versatile data platform to analyse and forecast flows of people, holidaymakers’ buying habits, water and energy consumption, traffic flows, weather information, and data from the web – making Rømø a truly ‘smart island’.

Reasons to be Cheerful: Why It Pays To Be Optimistic About Sustainability

By Thomas Geiger Senior Director, Strategic Industry and Management Advisory, NTT DATA DACH

More than a legal obligation to meet governmental targets, consumers, employees and investors are all pointing towards a sustainable future. We can see that sustainability presents a number of profitable opportunities. So, the question is: can you afford to be left behind?

Seven Tools for Sustainability Success

By Kristoffer Nilaus Tarp Head of Sustainability Practice, NTT DATA Business Solutions Nordic Region

We don’t have time to think conceptually about sustainability operations anymore – we must act. Results on the ground are what we need to move the needle, but many leaders aren’t sure how to get started. With this toolkit, you can put theory into practice now.

Making the Case for Sustainability

By Mufaddal Sulemanji Senior Consultant, Enterprise Agility & Business Transformation, NTT DATA UK

The risk to your business of doing nothing to move toward sustainable operations might be the greatest risk you can take in this volatile environment. The potential for disruption by government and market forces has businesses asking: Why has it been traditionally difficult to make the case for sustainability, and how can I bring sustainability into my organisation?

How the Circular Economy Benefits Business and Investors While Tackling Global Challenges

By Michiel De Smet Finance Initiative Lead, Ellen McArthur Foundation (and Member of the EU Platform on Sustainable Finance)

The circular economy not only allows us to live within planetary boundaries, it can deliver superior returns, new growth opportunities and access to preferential credit lines. The finance sector is increasingly getting behind this framework and is supporting businesses in their transition with significant growth in funds.

How Renewable Energy Communities Give People the Power Back

By Miguel Fontela Director, everis, an NTT DATA Company

The European Green Deal’s ambitious decarbonisation goals are a chimera without the contribution of small and medium energy users. This disruptive change from consumers to prosumers will only happen if we find the way to engage them with technology, digital tools and new energy markets. Energy communities are one of the most promising initiatives to foster this vital change.

Electric Mobility: Trend or Key to a Truly Green Future?

By Nazario Martino Client Manager, Energy & Utilities, NTT DATA Italia

Today, there is no lack of critical issues that are holding back the take-off of electric mobility. Here are the issues to be solved for a more sustainable tomorrow. Translated from Italian

White Paper: Forge New Norms: Ensō Foresight 2020

New norms are emerging. Social movements, such as Black Lives Matter or Fridays for Future, urge companies to position themselves politically; and new legal frameworks and standards such as GDPR push companies to rethink the ways they develop products and services. As the responsibilities of companies grow and change, making sure that ethics, diversity and inclusion, and sustainability are built into every process is essential for both consumer and company.