CRedit360 Partners with Urjanet to Embed Utility Data into CRedit360’s Sustainability Management Platform

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CRedit360’s data management solution with Urjanet’s automated utility data helps companies improve efficiencies to reduce costs and improve reporting processes.

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Incorporating Urjanet data into our solution now gives our users streamlined access to their utility data, a fundamental component of analysis, benchmarking, and reporting.

CRedit360, a leading supplier of sustainability management software, and Urjanet, the world’s first provider of automated utility data, today announced a strategic partnership that enables CRedit360 users to receive automatically collected and standardized utility data from over 1,700 internationally-dispersed utility providers. Urjanet’s data seamlessly integrates directly into CRedit360’s platform, saving companies’ time on data acquisition and speeding up reporting processes.

“With 95% of the 250 largest global companies already reporting on sustainability, it is clear that measuring and communicating sustainability data and performance has become a powerful business dynamic. Incorporating Urjanet data into our solution now gives our users streamlined access to their utility data, a fundamental component of analysis, benchmarking, and reporting,” said Richard Kirby, CEO Product, CRedit360.

CRedit360’s integrated software solution helps companies by aggregating data from across the organization, calculating emissions using established protocols and conversion factors, and providing actionable insights. Flexible tools allow users to create, manage, and communicate customized performance reports that can be shared with stakeholders via intuitive dashboards.

According to SolarCity's 2013 research, 75% of consumers are more likely to buy a product or service if the company is making an effort to be sustainable. The increased transparency of energy data that the CRedit360-Urjanet partnership brings will arm CRedit360 users with accurate, fact-based results, enabling them to build the credibility of their brand.

“Our strategic partnership will help CRedit360 users quickly gain powerful, high-level insights into their energy performance, reduce energy costs where appropriate, and make strides in tackling their GHG emissions,” said Gary Brooks, Urjanet’s Chief Marketing Officer. “Through CRedit360’s platform, our data will provide quantifiable value to sustainability professionals and make their processes dramatically more efficient.”

To learn more about the value that the CRedit360-Urjanet partnership delivers to the market, check out the webinar Elevating Sustainability Reporting with Advanced Energy and Water Data Collection.

CRedit360 provides companies with a 360-degree view of EHS, Compliance, Energy and Carbon, Corporate Social Responsibility and Supply Chain information. Our integrated software solution empowers companies to accurately capture, manage, and report the sustainability and EHS information needed to ensure compliance and drive performance across all business areas.

Headquartered in Cambridge UK, with offices in the United States and New Zealand, CRedit360 serves over 200 clients including McDonald’s, Philips, Staples, and British Airways, and is a recognized leader and innovator in sustainability & EHS management solutions. CRedit360 was recently named as a global leader in both sustainability management software and EHS software by independent analyst firm Verdantix. For further information, please visit

Urjanet’s mission is to provide the world with easy access to automated energy data. Our cloud-based technology seamlessly extracts and normalizes disparate utility bill and interval data directly from the source, and delivers it into the business systems and products that rely on it. Leading commercial enterprises and energy solutions providers use Urjanet data to gain deeper insight into energy consumption and spend. Urjanet is a privately-held company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, visit

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