Recognizes excellence in sustainable business practices
Sprinklr, the unified customer experience management (Unified-CXM) platform for modern enterprises, announced that it has received a Gold sustainability rating from EcoVadis, the world’s most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings, providing detailed assessments of businesses’ environmental, social, and ethical performance. This is the second consecutive year that Sprinklr has achieved a Gold EcoVadis rating, and the company has seen a steady increase in its scores each year.
Marketing Technology News: Aims Community College to Deploy YuJa Enterprise Video Platform to Store, Manage and Deliver…
“Sprinklr’s EcoVadis Gold rating is a clear acknowledgement of our deep commitment to responsible, sustainable growth”
A Gold rating means that Sprinklr scored within the top five percent of companies rated by EcoVadis. Sprinklr also scored in the top 1% of companies for its sustainable procurement process. The company was evaluated on the strengths of its actions and policies relative to Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement.
Marketing Technology News: MarTech Interview with Sara Spivey, CMO at Braze
Sprinklr’s commitment to the environment and sustainability is part of the company’s core values shared throughout the organization. Sprinklr has reduced its environmental footprint via four core practices:
- The responsible installation of telecommunications networks.
- The use of eco-efficient practices in the consumption of natural resources.
- Promoting a circular economy in the treatment of waste through reuse and recycling.
- Applying environmental criteria when procuring supplies for the business.
“Sprinklr’s EcoVadis Gold rating is a clear acknowledgement of our deep commitment to responsible, sustainable growth,” said Diane K. Adams, Chief Culture & Talent Officer, Sprinklr. “As we plan for the future, we’re prioritizing sustainability across our company and in our supplier relationships to ensure a positive impact on our environment.”