Sustainability report Conclusion
Conclusion considers sustainable enterprise to be of paramount importance. But what does it actually mean? How do we approach it and what are the themes and different initiatives? And what is the common thread running through it all? And why publish a sustainability report now?
March 15th, 2023 | News | By: Conclusion
IT as the engine for sustainability and CSR
Conclusion focuses heavily on clients with considerable societal relevance. We wish to provide a service that can benefit society as a whole. We are proud of the added value that, in concert with our customers, we create in developing solutions for social challenges, including in public transport, healthcare, government and public authorities, and the energy transition.
IT as the engine for sustainability and corporate social responsibility – with our range of services, we are a catalyst for solutions. At the same time, the services we provide as well as our business operations have an impact on the environment and on the climate. Which is why, in addition to focusing on bits and bytes, we also ask ourselves the question: how can we give back?
Sustainable enterprise is firmly embedded in our DNA, and we do more and optimize our approach with every year that passes. That’s because the growth of our business means the growth of our responsibility as well. More than ten years ago, we put together the ‘Conclusion Cares’ sustainability programme as a means of guiding our sustainable enterprise. The programme focuses on our employees, our businesses, our suppliers, and society.
We’ve always maintained a certain modesty about our approach, and we’ve offered very little in the way of outside publicity. That’s because it is based on intrinsic motivation. This first sustainability report marks a change – the time for modesty is over, and it’s now full steam ahead!
Our Conclusion Cares ambitions are based on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that we have adopted. In this report, we’ll tell you about how we implement our ambitions through a range of programmes and measures.
We are especially proud of this first sustainability report, and hope that you enjoy reading it.
Conclusion management board
Emiel van Boxtel, Gert Heysteeg, Bert Jan de Jongh, Seger Theuns, and Engbert Verkoren