We strongly believe that the Evironment is a key stakeholder, and we are determined to protect it.
“Working to aid British Businesses in protecting the environment is one of the key reasons I wanted to build this organisation” – Wayne Covell, Belton Intel Director & Philantropist.
Cloud software is a great way to start protecting the environment rapidly in your organisation. Imagine that a number of businesses all have computers running, with staff spening time filling out processes. That’s a lot of electricity. Now imagine all those same businesses, the users were using low powered mobile devices to access a central cloud server, running software for everyone. Straight away, you can see the saving, before even considering the fact that users usually spend less time filling out forms with our cloud software than they would with any previous software.
Even when you consider replacing paper forms, the environmental impact is measurable. The oil that goes into creating printer ink, the components for those printers, and the wood needed for the printer are all environment-damaging factors. While it may seem small for some organisations, we’ve seen that every little really does help and multiplied over the number of customers, the impact becomes enormous.
You’re probably wondering now about our power usage, in hosting our applications. We ensure that all our partners have a solid foundation and plan in place for protecting the environment. In the case of our hosting provider, AWS, they state: “In addition to the environmental benefits inherently associated with running applications in the cloud, AWS has a long-term commitment to achieve 100% renewable energy usage for our global infrastructure footprint.”. For more information on the sustainablity of AWS services, you can visit their site here: https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/sustainability/.
So, if you want to do your bit for the environment and are considering Cloud Workflow Software, feel free to give us a no-sales oriented call about sustainability today, on 07889874627 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.