Wherever you are on your sustainability journey, our integrated Agile Digital Transformation approach, together with leveraging data will help you meet your Net Zero goals. Sustainability transformation requires considering your whole business – from operating model, business model, to leveraging ecosystems and exploring clean tech.
To enable Automated-Methods for enterprises to embed their data from their data centres into our platform
So that they can do data-driven Sustainability Decision-Making across business processes
We will Provide enterprises with the tools to build a Positive Sustainability Criteria Model through Data and AI
We enable enterprises to embed data-driven Sustainability Decision-Making across business operations by providing enterprises with the tools to build a Circular Economy model through Data and Artificial Intelligence.
We at fintricity mainly focus on different applications of AI, Our services help enterprises focus on smarter decision making and problem solving using Machine learning and Deep Learning. We have experts in-house who can support your own teams with specialist knowledge on a wide range of disruptive technologies from machine learning and internet of things to artificial intelligence. We provide solutions in various fields such as agriculture, media, healthcare and automobile.
Operational efficiency – When it comes to operations, they must be efficient and sustainable, and we have done a lot of work in this area. We will provide connected systems to collect data to Provide visibility , track energy usage, and benchmark performance.
Our Software and analytics can be used to monitor and report through dashboards, to help make Informed Decisions and track sustainability progress. Also, we suggest our clients to start implementing our resource dashboards to track carbon footprint.
To calculate any company’s GHG emissions. We need to understand what are operational boundaries. The Operational boundaries are defined by “scopes”, which categorize the emissions resulting either directly or indirectly from the company’s operations and activities.
Scope 1 emissions are direct ghg emissions that occur from sources that are controlled or owned by an organization
Scope 2 emissions are indirect ghg emissions associated with the purchase of electricity, steam, heat, or cooling.
Scope 3 emissions are the result of activities from assets not owned or controlled by the reporting organization