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Sustainability: Data management challenged

According to KPMG’s 2024 ESG survey, in 2020, 50% of data leaders said the volume of data is growing faster than their organisation’s ability to keep up, which is not surprising when we see 47% of global companies still using spreadsheets. As more data becomes available with Scope 3 reporting and the onset of nature-related disclosures, these businesses will need to find more efficient ways of managing and analysing their data.

A special thanks goes out to Richard from ANZ (the Platinum sponsor of this year’s FinTechNZ Hui), Jessica from Sumday (sponsor of the Innovation Zone), Josh from Cogo and Maria from Mott MacDonald, who shared case studies of how their companies are using AI to provide greater transparency with their carbon emissions, supply chain and scope three reporting.

In other news, we’re looking forward to the launch of NZTech’s Climate Tech Roadmap on April 10 and 11 in Wellington and Auckland, respectively.If you would like to know more about Sustainable Finance, follow our working group activity here.

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