Avaya Selects CarbonView As Carbon Management Soln

CarbonView will vastly improve data collection and analysis for Greenhouse Gas Protocol scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions for Avaya.

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Avaya Selects CarbonView As Carbon Management Soln

Avaya, a global player in enterprise communications systems, has selected Viewlocity Technologies' CarbonView solution to efficiently measure and manage carbon emissions for the company's global operations. CarbonView, a carbon management and accounting solution, will vastly improve data collection and analysis for Greenhouse Gas Protocol scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions for Avaya as well as manage energy efficiency and carbon abatement projects.

In commenting on the selection of CarbonView, Geoffrey Baird, Vice President of Product Operations and Sustainability Officer at Avaya, had this to say, "Avaya is delighted to have selected the CarbonView solution. Avaya has been looking for the right tools to support our internal sustainability goals while keeping our employees focused on our core competencies. This system will provide cost-effective data collection and management of carbon emissions."

"CarbonView provides the information and decision support tools necessary to manage our carbon emissions and prioritise carbon abatement projects. CarbonView will be a fundamental tool for the continuous improvement of our sustainability practices across our global operations."

Teresa Finn, Vice President, Operations of Viewlocity Technologies added, "CarbonView will enable Avaya to assess carbon emissions and identify emission hotspots that present the greatest opportunity for improvement."

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