The ensogo blueprint

ensogo enhances the development and streamlines the execution of your ESG strategy

01.

Assess and prioritize

With your materiality analysis and our industry expertise, ensogo helps you identify and prioritize the most relevant ESG topics for your company, focusing your efforts accordingly.


02.

Define your objectives
and their KPIs

Once your key ESG priorities are identified, ensogo allows you to set clear goals, with deadlines and performance metrics to track progress.



03.

Implement your ESG Strategy

With our industry database enhanced by the artificial intelligence of our virtual assistant, ensogo guides you in developing relevant programs and effective initiatives.



04.

Create accountability

To ensure meaningful results, ensogo encourages individuals or teams to take responsibility for achieving goals and measuring their key performance indicators (KPIs).


05.

Measure performance

From carbon footprint to corporate governance to employee health and safety, ensogo automates the collection and communication of ESG data, providing you with real-time information.


06.

Foster engagement
and collaboration

To mobilize internal and external stakeholders around your company’s commitments, ensogo facilitates collaboration and communication throughout your value chain.


07.

Harness the expertise
of your ESG assistant

ensogo has trained its artificial intelligence with millions of ESG data points, providing you with personalized and industry specific actionable information, reports, recommendations, and comparisons.


08.

Stay always at
the forefront

The ESG landscape is constantly evolving. To stay compliant and adapt to changes, ensogo keeps you informed about new trends, regulations, and stakeholder expectations.


Frequently asked questions

What is an ESG strategy?

An ESG strategy defines a company’s approach to environmental, social, and governance issues that are material to its business. The strategy often includes initiatives and programs designed to enhance long-term value creation and mitigate risks.

What are the key elements of an ESG strategy?

The key elements of an ESG strategy vary by industry, geography, and company size. Common elements seen across industries include:

  • Environmental: carbon footprint reduction, sustainable sourcing, and resource efficiency
  • Social: community engagement, labor practices, and worker diversity and inclusion
  • Governance: ethical business practices, executive compensation transparency, and board diversity


What does ESG mean for business?

ESG is a strategic approach to identifying and managing risks and opportunities related to environmental, social, and governance factors. It can strengthen stakeholder relationships, improve reputation, and promote accountability, resilience, and innovation.

Who owns ESG strategy in an organization?

Ownership of the ESG strategy often resides with senior leadership, such as the CEO, and is supported by the board and executive leadership team. Many companies employ a Chief Sustainability Officer to support effective ESG integration across the company.  

Who owns ESG strategy in an organization?

ESG is most effective when included as an integral part of corporate strategy. Integrating ESG into corporate strategy supports resilience, competitiveness, and long-term value creation.

How many companies have an ESG strategy?

According to  Morningstar, approximately 90% of companies have or are creating a formal ESG strategy. The depth and adoption of ESG strategies vary by industry and geography.

Request a demo today to discover how ensogo can help you collect and manage ESG data more efficiently and advance your sustainability initiatives.