TYPES OF SOFTWARE
Each line on the map represents a different type of (supply chain) software.
Sustainability is rapidly changing from optional to compulsory.
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) requires listed companies with more than 500 employees to report on issues such as environmental pollution, human rights and diversity. From 2024 onwards, such companies will have to report on numerous issues, including carbon emissions both upstream and downstream in their supply chain.
Scope 3 emissions account for the vast majority, often up to 80% of the total. Unfortunately, these emissions are also the hardest to measure. Companies rely on the data provided by their suppliers, logistics providers and customers, who are likewise under increasing pressure to provide insights into their own carbon emissions.
When selecting the needed supply chain software for sustainability reporting, simply follow the Sustainability Reporting track on the IT Subway Map EU and reach Jaggaer, TrusTrace, Pledge, Tracks (now part of Transporeon), Searoutes and BigMile.