SECAUCUS, N.J., March 21, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- IPS, a leading provider of digital technologies that transform business applications, today announced that it has sponsored the planting of trees in developing communities worldwide through a donation to the non-profit organization, Trees for the Future.
IPS, a Global Cooling Business partner with Trees for the Future, has pledged to plant enough trees each year to offset its annual carbon dioxide emissions.
"IPS is pleased to continue its support of Trees for the Future. There are many ways that trees are beneficial to both people and the environment. For instance, a single tree sequesters an average of 34.6 pounds of carbon annually," said IPS President and CEO Greg Bartels. "Any business can do its part to help the environment by eliminating paper-based processes with digital technologies."
Trees for the Future has been helping underserved communities plant trees since 1989. Through seed distribution, agroforestry training and country programs, Trees for the Future has empowered rural groups to restore tree cover to their lands. Planting trees protects the environment and helps preserve traditional livelihoods and culture for generations.
IPS provides digital solutions that transform business applications such as accounts payable, telecommunications expense management and business process automation. IPS' flagship Productivity Wrx℠ platform makes digital transformation a reality for businesses by combining technologies such as intelligent data capture, robotic process automation, business analytics and mobile with IPS' unmatched expertise and experience in business process automation. Each year, IPS processes more than $100 billion in AP spend and has created over 1 billion digital records over the past decade. IPS enables its clients to reduce costs, significantly accelerate cycle times, improve transparency and enhance customer service. Learn more at http://www.ipswrx.com.
About Trees for the Future
Trees for the Future (TREES) is an international development non-profit that meets a triple bottom line: poverty alleviation, hunger eradication and healing the environment. Through our Forest Garden Approach, we train farmers to plant and manage Forest Gardens that sustainably feed families and raise their incomes by 400 percent. TREES receives donations to implement our work in areas where they can have the greatest impact. TREES currently works across five countries in Sub-Saharan Africa: Cameroon, Kenya, Senegal, Tanzania and Uganda. Since 1989, TREES has planted nearly 150 million trees. Learn more at http://www.trees.org.