Compliance & reporting

Automate compliance reporting for efficiencies, cost savings, to manage and mitigate risk, and demonstrate social and environmental quality standards.

Compliance & reporting

Automate compliance reporting for efficiencies, cost savings, to manage and mitigate risk, and demonstrate social and environmental quality standards.

Typical compliance and reporting systems operate in isolation, are not automated and/or rely on costly commercial solutions.

Traditional and commercial compliance and reporting systems commonly result in the following undesirable outcomes:

Increased costs; unnecessary databases, subscriptions, and maintenance agreements.

Increased risk; data duplication where multiple versions of data exist with variations that confounds analysis between departments and systems.

Inflexibility, leading to vendor ‘lock-in’ whereby you are positioned to purchase additional functionality to access and use your own data outside of the vendor’s system.

Typical compliance and reporting systems operate in isolation, are not automated and/or rely on costly commercial solutions.

Traditional and commercial compliance and reporting systems commonly result in the following undesirable outcomes:

Increased costs; unnecessary databases, subscriptions, and maintenance agreements.

Increased risk; data duplication where multiple versions of data exist with variations that confounds analysis between departments and systems.

Inflexibility, leading to vendor ‘lock-in’ whereby you are positioned to purchase additional functionality to access and use your own data outside of the vendor’s system.

Realise the capability of advanced and automated reporting to meet any mandatory and voluntary reporting schemes

National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act).

Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB).

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Index.

Environmental and social governance (ESG) programs.

And others.

High quality compliance reporting requires accurate and complete data from operations, energy and billing systems

Realising high quality data involves the elimination of data silos, removing data duplication.

Once high quality data is provided, computer automation tasks can be run across the data to eliminate manual data handling and reduce the risk of error.

Realise the capability of advanced and automated reporting to meet any mandatory and voluntary reporting schemes

National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act).

Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB).

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Index.

Environmental and social governance (ESG) programs.

And others.

High quality compliance reporting requires accurate and complete data from operations, energy and billing systems

Realising high quality data involves the elimination of data silos, removing data duplication.

Once high quality data is provided, computer automation tasks can be run across the data to eliminate manual data handling and reduce the risk of error.

How we better the competition

Our integrated data solutions break down data silos, removing data duplication to provide a single-source-of-truth for all mandatory and voluntary reporting standards and requirements.

Common objectives

Integrate data from operations, energy management and compliance,

Removes incidences of data duplication,

Reduces operational costs by rationalising key functions and existing redundant solutions into an overarching system,

Performs automated ‘on-the-fly’ billing amortisation and reconciliation calculations, and

Produces burndown charts, automated and on-demand report outputs.

Common goal

Take ownership and control of your compliance and reporting system. Improve the quality of data available, reduce the risk of non-compliance whilst minimising costs and overheads involved in meeting mandatory and voluntary reporting requirements across the entire organisation.

How we better the competition

Our integrated data solutions break down data silos, removing data duplication to provide a single-source-of-truth for all mandatory and voluntary reporting standards and requirements.

Common objectives

Integrate data from operations, energy management and compliance,

Removes incidences of data duplication,

Reduces operational costs by rationalising key functions and existing redundant solutions into an overarching system,

Performs automated ‘on-the-fly’ billing amortisation and reconciliation calculations, and

Produces burndown charts, automated and on-demand report outputs.

Common goal

Take ownership and control of your compliance and reporting system. Improve the quality of data available, reduce the risk of non-compliance whilst minimising costs and overheads involved in meeting mandatory and voluntary reporting requirements across the entire organisation.

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