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Supply chains have a significant environmental, social and societal impact. They are responsible for up to 80% of greenhouse gas emissions and 90% of the impact on our natural environments and biodiversity.​

Now more than ever, CSR and environmental issues are key concerns for companies. Our Cloud Procurement Sustainability Tracker helps you address these issues by measuring and monitoring your CSR impacts using a simple expenses extraction tool.


Benefits of Procurement Sustainability Tracker 

descriptionStructured and dynamic approach

Contribute to non-financial reporting by implementing a structured and ranked approach and a dynamic vision of impacts.

visibilityHolistic view

Gain a holistic view of the environmental and social impact of your procurement (in line with the Sustainable Development Goals – SDGs) across the entire value chain.

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In just a few weeks, obtain a measurement of the impact of your purchases and the associated diagnosis (integration, verification of data quality, mapping).

The introduction of the Procurement Sustainability Tracker is a decisive step as we strive to achieve our 2030 Net Zero goal. It gives us a rapid understanding of the sustainability impacts of our entire upstream supply chain and provides us with a framework for effectively reducing them.

Head of Procurement, Professional services company



Entry level/Snapshot
  • Data loading and mapping
  • Impact reporting
  • Limited visualisation of results over time (up to 3 months)
Price on request Large accounts (greater volume of data to be loaded)
  • Data loading and mapping
  • Impact reporting
  • Visualisation of results
  • Creation of strategies and action plans for 1 year API development (optional)

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What is an upstream supply chain impact assessment?

An upstream supply chain impact assessment evaluates the impacts of all Tier 1 suppliers, and suppliers of suppliers (Tiers 2 to n) based on a series of indicators including CO2 emissions, water consumption, number of occupational accidents and wages generated in a given country.

What data model are the calculations based on?

The model is based on data from the Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP). This data has been compiled by PwC into a multi-regional input-output (MRIO) model named ESCHER (PwC Efficient Supply Chain Economic and Environmental Reporting). ESCHER covers 85 indicators (depending on CSR focuses), 190 countries and 80 industries. GTAP is a consortium of 31 members including the WTO, the World Bank, the OECD, the UNCTAD, the FAO and the European Commission.

What are the SDGs?

The SDGs, or Sustainable Development Goals, are 17 priorities adopted in 2015 by all Member States of the United Nations as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which set out a 15-year plan to achieve them.

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