HP Inc. received the highest average score out of 29 technology companies in IDC’s Technology for Sustainability and Social Impact (TSSI) assessment framework. On all three areas of Technology Vendor Performance, Technology as an Enabler, and Technology for Good, HP surpassed the industry average.
HP, according to IDC, has backed its sustainability aspirations with a thorough strategy, an effective business model, and effective technical advances, in addition to operating incredibly well.
This circles back to Vertex’s promise of being sustainable and environmentally conscious.
Vertex strives to partner with brands who take the environmental impact their businesses and offerings have and employ relevant measures to offset that impact. Vertex Techno Solutions (B) Pvt Ltd is a proud HP Amplify Power Services Partner.
Additionally, as an organization, Vertex employs necessary measures to ensure we offset our operational carbon footprint as well.
HP Inc.’s performance in IDC’s sustainability approach is discussed in this IDC Vendor Profile*.
It looks into three areas:
– Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) objectives of the vendor
– The vendor’s sustainability portfolio, goods, and services to assist consumers on their own sustainability journeys
– The vendor’s philanthropic side, as evidenced through activities and behaviours that leverage technology to help others.
IDC chooses vendors for individual profiles based on their overall sustainability performance, proactive approach to sustainability challenges, and openness in sharing information.
HP Inc. released a series of aggressive climate action goals in April 2021, including:
– By 2040, the goal is to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions throughout the value chain (beginning with supplies achieving carbon neutrality by 2030)
– By 2030, lower value chain GHG emissions by 50% compared to 2019 levels.
– By 2025, achieve carbon neutrality and zero waste in operations.
– By 2030, achieve 75 percent product and package circularity; – Maintain zero deforestation for paper and paper-based packaging
– By 2030, HP Inc. will have reduced deforestation by using non-HP Inc. paper in its products and print services.
The following are HP Inc.’s human rights action goals:
– To achieve 50/50 gender equality in HP Inc. leadership by 2030
– To have more than 30% of technical and engineering positions filled by women by 2030
– To have an equal or greater percentage of racial/ethnic minority employees in the United States by 2030 than the percentage of these minorities in the overall U.S. labour market
– To maintain an employee inclusion index of more than 90 by 2030
By 2030, HP Inc. wants to promote digital equity for 150 million people.
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