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Accenture Intros Green Tech Suite

Accenture introduces green technology suite to help organizations use IT to assess and improve green agenda

NEW YORK -- Accenture today introduced the Accenture Green Technology Suite, a comprehensive set of tools designed to help an organization assess its environmental standing, provide recommendations on how to address its carbon footprint by improving the way information technology (IT) is managed, and support the entire organizations green agenda.

The new tools offer a holistic view across the entire IT organization, providing everything from detailed assessments of where the enterprise sits within a green “maturity spectrum,” to suggesting IT initiatives that can be undertaken to proactively address the company’s future carbon footprint. The tools also help calculate the impact of the specific initiatives in terms of workplace environmental efficiency and data center energy savings.

“The new tools, whether used together or individually, provide organizations with much-needed insight into their power consumption and environmental footprint,” said Steve Nunn, global lead for green IT at Accenture. “By implementing the specific, tailored green recommendations, organizations can achieve measurable environmental improvements that contribute to bottom line savings.”

Accenture

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