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Sustainability in Visma

In 2022, Visma has set a greater focus on sustainability. We see both the responsibilities we have, and potential for us to improve further

Actions in Visma Romania

At Visma we’re lucky to have a legacy of focusing on topics within sustainability since long before it became what it is today - following Visma’s approach how do we, at Visma Romania, contribute to the company’s mission?

  • In Visma we see digitalisation as an answer to building a more sustainable future, through our products. By our people. The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector generates over 2% of global greenhouse gas emissions, and this is rapidly increasing. Visma has hundreds of software products contributing to those emissions – through the technology powering them, their design, and their use. We in Visma Romania support Visma companies în their aim to build mission critical cloud products by providing access to great talent and a healthy culture..

    Daniel Reisenauer

How does Visma Romania shape a more sustainable future?

We know a big part of our teams are already contributing in a meaningful way to the creation of a more sustainable product. Can you also share some insights on how our colleagues from Romania represent a big part in shaping a better future for us all?

  • 84% of Visma’s clients use cloud products, we in Visma Romania are part of that journey either by co-building those products, or supporting our clients with the migration towards cloud products. We created sustainability champions across Visma and have also introduced a regional role in Romania that also supports other centers. We develop mission critical solutions for Norwegian municipalities, schools, and governments. In our teams we help out the environment "one day at a time". For every day a user logs hours in the Tripletex mobile app a little virtual tree grows. At the end of the month when the tree is fully grown, Tripletex plants a tree in many forests across the globe. So far they have 80k trees and we are still growing. Another VIsma team, E-conomic, bought a part of a solar park in Vandel, Jylland, near Vejle. We are in the middle of an energy crisis, and we are trying, as a company, to do what we can to mitigate this crisis. To put it in perspective, the world’s largest solar park is located in India and takes up 8.000 football fields. We, in Visma, believe that all our achievements are a result of engaged colleagues.

    Daniel Reisenauer

How does being the Sustainability partner for such a big event impact our mission and how brand activation supports it?

Since 2021, we’ve collected sustainability data for all Visma companies. We believe that the key to success is to be transparent and accept that we’re on a journey where failure is sometimes an important part of the process - can you share with us Visma Romania’s sustainability journey so far?

  • I’ve been working as a professional in the tech field for over 20 years and the one constant truth that we can rely on is that the software industry is always evolving and it is doing it rapidly. We know software can do amazing things, but it also comes with its, not so perfect, parts like contribution to climate change and negative social impacts. With that in mind, I can say that I am proud to work in a company like Visma that asks itself the tough questions: how can we limit the bad and maximize the good? Where can we get involved? All companies that are taking accountability for their contributions to society and nature have clear set goals and Visma is no different. One area we are working on is to build low-carbon software that creates efficiencies and helps our customers be more sustainable, but it's a bumpy road to carbon neutrality. That does not stop us from acting in the direction of becoming more sustainable, from the little things like stop buying plastic cups, plates and cutlery, educating our colleagues to switch off all the lights after leaving the office, to the big things like moving to 100% hydro energy in 2022 for our Sibiu Office, 37% power reduction in our offices and resale old equipment or donating it. Other initiatives worth mentioning would be: identifying old equipment in the office and moving it to DCs/Cloud or dismantle it, make our electricity consumption more efficient through the centralized interruption of energy for ventilation devices between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m, carefully choosing location for local events to reduce travel needs and when the case travels in a grouped manner.

    Emil Ciotlos

What are some future goals for Visma in regards to sustainability?

  • Our industry is at a turning point, so we can’t take a break. We have one eye on the future and one on the present and we aim big. Some of our goals are: 50% absolute reduction in overall emissions* by 2030, reach 100% renewable energy by 2030 and Net zero by 2040.These are our planned goals as of today using 2022 as the baseline year. The most challenging goal is to get to net zero by 2040, considering that air travel consumes a lot of fossil fuel and therefore produces a lot of CO2.

    Emil Ciotlos

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