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Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility

Green IT is expected to cut greenhouse gas emissions by almost 6 billion tonnes by 2020
To thrive and survive, today’s companies have to be swift, innovative and efficient. But that is not all. The growing influence of government, through taxation, investment and legislation such as the emissions trading directive, is propelling sustainability and compliance up the business agenda.

The benefits of sustainability

To an ever-greater extent, customers and investors are looking for hard evidence that companies are sensitive to environmental concerns, and make efforts to conserve natural resources. As a result, sustainability and corporate responsibility will pay for themselves in more ways than one – in terms of legal compliance, but also in terms of financial gain.

Major challenges

Society faces many ecological challenges, but also a number of other issues, such as demographic change – meaning we will have to find ways of maintaining the quality of healthcare despite rising demand and rising cost pressures. T-Systems offers genuine answers to these and other questions in the fields of energy, healthcare and more.

Real-world examples

The 2011 Corporate Responsibility Report

The 2011 Corporate Responsibility Report
We take responsibility
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eGovernment Award for online platform

eGovernment Award for online platform
The Bavarian State Building Department relies on the Internet for awarding contracts. The online platform was developed by T-Systems.
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