CLEVEL Launches First Cloud Based Carbon App for Supply Chain Carbon Management and Carbon Reduction

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CLEVEL, the company that introduced the term ‘carbon footprint’ in early 2000, today launched it’s first web application to help simplify communication and carbon management in the supply chain.

the affordability and ease of use of the CLEVEL carbon app mean we can get clients up and doing something on carbon reduction in days not months.

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The carbon app - called CSTREAM - makes it far easier and affordable for any organisation to work out the carbon footprint of its supply chain and also to collaborate on carbon reduction.

CLEVEL has developed it’s bespoke cloud based approach at the request of clients and is now offering CSTREAM as a carbon app that can be individually branded and tailored to match the needs of new clients.

A key benefit is the low cost and ease of use that goes with this innovative cloud based solution.

This ease of use, combined with bespoke branding makes CSTREAM a powerful solution for an organisation wishing to begin work with its supply chain carbon management.

CLEVEL is one of the original carbon management businesses formed in 2000 in the UK. As founder director Daren Howarth points out:

“Each CSTREAM we develop is carefully branded to match our clients corporate guidelines.  CLEVEL configures the system on our own servers and we agree with the client on reporting formats and frequencies.  Once the system is ready, suppliers are contacted to make use of the system, perhaps as part of a pre-qualification process, or it is activated around a major call to tender.  The supplier logs on and sets up their basic details before either following the 'carbon calculate' stream or the 'carbon reporting' stream.  The end result is improved carbon management and clear, easy to access information for our clients”

“the affordability and ease of use of the CLEVEL carbon app mean we can get clients up and doing something in days not months”

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