We were included in CDP’s Climate Change report 2017 receiving scoring level A-, the highest of four levels. Rising to leadership level proves we are implementing current best practices on climate change mitigation. Our high CDP score exceeds IT sector and CDP program averages since 2010. Our CO2 emissions have reduced every year since 2012.
According to Swedish 2050 Consulting’s report on climate reporting, ‘Klimatredovisning bland de stora företagen på Stockholmsbörsen’ (only in Swedish), we received a full score in their Transparency Index. This index includes Large Cap companies on Stockholm’s stock exchange.
The scoring is based on criteria set by 2050 Consulting, including GHG protocol and CDP reporting, among other things. The report was published in October 2016.
According to EcoVadis – operating a collaborative platform providing supplier sustainability ratings for global supply chains – Tieto Corporation (Group) is in the top 2 percent of suppliers assessed in all categories. In the area Environment, we are in the top 1 percent of suppliers assessed in the category ‘Computer programming, consultancy and related activities’. Based on the EcoVadis CSR rating, we have been granted a Gold recognition level.
The EcoVadis CSR Rating Methodology is based on international Sustainable Development standards (Global Reporting Initiative, United Nations Global Compact, ISO 26000), and supervised by a scientific committee of CSR and supply chain experts, to ensure reliable third-party CSR assessment.
OMX GES Sustainability Finland Index
Based on our sustainability performance, Tieto Oyj is included in the OMX GES Sustainability Finland Index.
Swiss EDGE Certified Foundation
We were the first ICT company in the world to receive a gender equality certification from the Swiss EDGE Certified Foundation at the end of 2015 (valid for two years). In 2017 we received it again. The certification represents the leading global assessment methodology and business certification standard for gender equality. It assesses policies, practices and numbers across five different areas of analysis: equal pay for equivalent work, recruitment and promotion, leadership development training and mentoring, flexible working and company culture.