Epicor Software and Village Green Global have partnered to extend Epicor’s next-generation enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite with offerings that will provide companies the ability to identify, analyse, audit, track, manage, benchmark and report on carbon emissions, environmental impact and energy consumption.
Village Green specialises in enterprise carbon accounting. The company’s services help deliver scalable reporting for carbon accounting around electricity use, water consumption, transportation, natural gas, waste and other factors to find ways to save energy and money and enable organisations to implement and maintain sustainable business practices.
“We are pleased to partner with Epicor to help bring enterprise carbon accounting solutions to their customers. Together, our goal is to assist these companies become more energy efficient, reduce costs and address increasing environmental regulations such as Australia’s National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act, Europe’s Environmental Liability Directive (ELD) and Restriction, Evaluation, and Authorisation of Chemicals (REACH) regulation, and eco-design directive for Energy-using Products (EuP Directive), and proposed regulations from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to limit greenhouse gas emissions from industry,” said Doug Smith, founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Village Green Global. “There is natural synergy between Epicor’s next-generation ERP and our enterprise carbon accounting, which will empower businesses with a comprehensive solution to develop green business practices.”
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