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How To Solve Your Carbon And Climate Compliance Requirements

  • Webinar
  • Net Zero & Climate Risk

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How To Solve Your Carbon And Climate Compliance Requirements

Demand for carbon management software is growing as businesses search for digital solutions to capture emissions data, comply with regulations across their supply chain and achieve net zero targets. However, with over 200 solutions in the market today, buyers can struggle to know which solutions are right for their firm.

Join this complimentary webinar when our expert advisory team will outline a best-practice approach on how to navigate the selection process and create a tailored shortlist of suitable carbon management software vendors.

  • Learn how to save months of effort in your vendor selection shortlisting process
  • Leverage our competitive benchmark report to align your requirements to the capabilities of the different software vendors
  • Generate a customized benchmark that helps to isolate the best fit firms for your specific business needs

On this webinar

Stuart Neumann

Vice President, Advisory Services

Stuart Neumann leads the Verdantix Advisory Practice. Operating across the world, he delivers projects for clients across Environment, Health and Safety, ESG & Sustainability, Net Zero & Climate Risk, Operational Excellence, and Smart Buildings. He works with Corporates, Vendors and Investors on projects ranging from digital strategy and vendor selection through to process optimization and commercial due diligence. Prior to joining Verdantix in 2010, Stuart worked on technology strategy and systems implementation projects at global technology consulting firm Accenture. 

Ryan Skinner

Research Director, Net Zero & Climate Risk

Ryan leads the Verdantix Net Zero & Climate Risk research practice. The team’s current research focus encompasses net zero drivers and strategies, and climate risk, emissions reduction, and carbon management technologies. Ryan has 10 years of experience in the research business, previously working at Forrester, where he led research on ESG. Ryan speaks English natively, Norwegian, and French conversationally. He holds a BA from Duke University.