Receiving the EcoVadis Silver Medal for 2022, Evernex Group SAS maintains its advanced performance on sustainability for the third consecutive year.
At the time of score publication, the company ranked in the 84th percentile, meaning Evernex achieved a score equal to or higher than 84% of all companies included in this year’s EcoVadis rating.
Ranking in the top 16% of companies in the ‘repair of computers and personal and household goods’ industry, Evernex demonstrates its continued commitment to providing environmentally friendly solutions, as well as the high performance of its work in the areas of labour and human rights.
Quality Safety Environment & CSR Head Elise Crunel credits the vigorous efforts and collaboration between individual employees and teams across the entire organisation for enabling the business to continuously improve its sustainability practices – and help customers succeed in their own sustainability targets.
The company now seeks to achieve the EcoVadis gold medal. It will be a challenging process, for which the company has begun implementing actions to build thorough compliance and responsible purchasing programs as part of a long-term endeavour to structure the business in support of environmental and social sustainability.
“Our core focus on sustainability is about helping customers optimise the way they manage their IT infrastructure: prolonging the life cycle of equipment, reducing CapEx, OpEx and downtime, increasing productivity and minimising our collective carbon footprint,” says Crunel.
Ecovadis measures sustainability success. EcoVadis provides holistic Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) ratings service of companies and covers a broad range of non-financial management systems including Environmental, Labour & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement impacts.
While not a formal certification, the EcoVadis sustainability rating criteria are built on industry best practices among a superset of requirements from existing CSR standards, such as Global Reporting Initiative, the United Nations Global Compact, and the ISO 26000. It enables organisations to use a single rating to facilitate compliance with other certifications throughout the supply chain.