United VARs Members Share Ideas on Supporting Customers to Transform into Intelligent, Sustainable Enterprises
As the world's leading alliance of independent SAP solution providers, United VARs recently hosted an in-person event to discuss increasing collaboration between members to better support customers to become sustainable, intelligent enterprises.
Good Data can Drive Sustainability
Data is arguably the most important tool for driving sustainability efforts in all industries. Data on energy, water, waste and ethical workforce practices are invaluable in enabling organizations to work more intelligently, sustainably and efficiently both internally and at the level of their supply chains.
SAP Technology is a Sustainability Superhero
Our oceans are filling with plastic, our atmosphere is clogged with pollution, the planet is warming at an alarming rate, and the eight billion humans who live on it already have 33% less fresh water than a few decades ago. Saving the world seems too huge a task to realistically achieve.read more
Sustainability is Becoming a Business Imperative
Sustainability has become even more important over the last few years. Many growing organizations have set their own targets to reduce carbon emissions because it is the ethical thing to do. SAP has a Chasing Zero strategy to create a sustainable future through zero emissions, zero waste and zero inequality. SAP is set to achieve carbon neutrality by 2023, two years ahead of their original schedule
How the United VARs alliance is improving lives
SAP’s purpose is to help the world run better and to improve people's lives with sustainability at the core. These are objectives shared by United VARs and the members of our global network, all of whom are SAP Platinum Partners. Let’s take a look at some of the initiatives which United VARs members are supporting to help make the world a better place…read more
United VARs Members Rally to Bring Fresh Water to Students in Cambodia
Clean water is something most of us don’t think twice about. Turn on the tap or open a bottle and there it is. But that’s not the case for more than 800 million people worldwide. In addition, more than 2 billion don’t have access to the improved sanitation that clean water can provide.
by Scott Campbell, Ashley Tully
stronger than one