5 Necessary Steps to Better Integrated Reporting AND a More Sustainable Company

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CAMPAIGN: SAP's Sustainable Corporate Strategy

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With the Global Reporting Initiative’s upcoming conference in Amsterdam and the growing interest–and execution–of integrated reporting, it is still important to remember the combination of the financial and non-financial data is a challenge for many companies.

Yesterday, during a meeting with SAP’s Chief Sustainability Officer Peter Graf at the company’s annual conference here in Orlando, he shared some insight into the journey he and the enterprise software giant together have taken on their path towards issuing its integrated report.

Some points may be obvious: for example, Graf’s team worked closely with SAP’s CFO and finance department to make the case for issuing an integrated report, including discussing how both quantitative and qualitative performance were important in disclosing the company’s overall performance to shareholders and stakeholders.

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CAMPAIGN: SAP's Sustainable Corporate Strategy

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