CFO Brew | With SEC disclosure mandates around the corner, sustainability teams responsible for ESG reporting are looking to streamline and automate data. Tools to enable the automation of ESG reporting would transform the sustainability function, with many roles spending the majority of their time gathering data, according to Quantis’ John Willard, US Transformation Lead.
In an interview with CFO Brew, he explains: “CSOs, CEOs, and CFOs need to really figure out what that balance is that they’re asking of their sustainability teams. Is it to be a reporting function? Or is it to be a larger transformative, integrated business function that is helping them meet the needs of their future business model?”
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