Envizi has been acquired by IBM, with the tech giant set to incorporate the environmental data and analytics provider’s software into its own suite of artificial intelligence-driven performance tools. Envizi’s solutions enable companies to measure their environmental impact based on 500 data points. New York-based IBM said the tech would build on its own tools for financial institutions – IBM Maximo asset management solutions, IBM Sterling supply chain solutions and IBM Environmental Intelligence Suite. It will also be incorporated into IBM’s Turbonomic and Red Hat OpenShift capabilities, which automate decision-making based on operational factors including greenhouse gas emissions.
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IBM Buys Environmental Performance Monitor Envizi
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Creating An Effective ESG Framework and Managing a Changing Risk Landscape: Boldly Go Where the World Is Going!
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