Chicago/Paris, August 22, 2011 – Enablon, the world's leading provider of Sustainability Management Software hosted more than 100 corporate leaders at its annual World Users’ Forum, held June 9th, 2011 in Paris. The event recognized companies that have achieved excellence in sustainability performance management practices. Two customers, UBS and Anglo American, received special commendation for their sustainability efforts and innovative use of the Enablon solutions.
UBS, who has recently implemented the latest version of the Enablon software (Enablon 6.0), was honored with an Excellence in Sustainability Management Award.
"UBS is committed to reducing CO2 emissions 40% by 2012 as part of our overall climate change strategy. Understanding, managing and reporting carbon emissions across the global organization is an important part of achieving our objectives and Enablon’s software solution for carbon accounting has helped us improve the way we do this" said Marija Rompani, environmental manager, UBS.
Anglo American received the award for Excellence in Quality Environmental Health and Safety Performance. The complex project brought together a 5-country team to build a framework for capturing, managing and reporting EH&S performance metrics.
"Using Enablon has given us complete visibility into our global EHS operations. Now we are able to make more informed management decisions that reduce compliance costs and strengthen operational performance" said Stanley Faul, head of SSD Business Performance at Anglo American.
"The Enablon World Users’ Forum was a global event that brought together some of the best and the brightest people in corporate sustainability to learn about the future of sustainability management, share ideas and collaborate,” said Dan Vogel, co-founder and CEO of Enablon, “On behalf of Enablon, I would like to congratulate our award winners and all of our customers who are leading the way with sustainability efforts across the globe and using Enablon to achieve excellence in their sustainability programs.”