Reporting on non-financial performance isn’t just for US companies
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 07, 2015
Measurabl, the startup for sustainability data management, analytics, and reporting, has expanded service to 6 countries beyond North America including China, Brazil, the UK, France and Germany. The company experienced rapid growth in North America in 2014. To accommodate its diverse user base, Measurabl released a French translation of its product in April 2015.
Measurabl’s user- and design-centric approach to collecting information allowed it to gain swift traction in the complex, expensive sustainability reporting marketplace, making it possible for many different people to seamlessly collaborate on one report. By automatically importing energy and water data directly from utility companies, and flight and vehicle data from travel providers, Measurabl has become a go-to solution solution for global companies being asked to disclose non-financial performance.
“Reporting on non-financial performance isn’t just for US companies” says Matt Ellis, Measurabl’s CEO and Founder. “GRESB, the sustainability reporting standard for real estate companies originated in the Netherlands and only later ensnared US companies. It’s now spread around the globe. Our French translation is a first step in allowing our product to address the larger, international market for sustainability reporting.”
Measurabl’s SaaS solution for sustainability data collection and reporting is now used by many of the premiere companies and corporations in North America including Ivanhoé Cambridge, the Canadian real estate company who is using the new French version of Measurabl, CBRE Global Investors, Clarion Partners, and CIM Group, among many other leading organizations.
Measurabl is sustainability reporting, simplified. Our software uses automatic data import technology and a guided step-by-step process to help organizations collect and report data as well as benchmark and improve performance. By making it possible for any organization to report on sustainability regardless of size, expertise or level of resources, we’re setting the standard for financial-grade sustainability reporting and creating the world market for non-financial data. To learn more about Measurabl visit http://www.measurabl.com.