Goodera’s Sustainability Platform becomes the first in India to receive the prestigious GRI accreditation

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Mumbai: Goodera, a global SaaS company operating in the space of CSR, Sustainability and Volunteering, has received accreditation by GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) for its Sustainability Platform as part of the ‘GRI Certified Software and Tools Program’. This makes Goodera the first Indian company to receive such an accreditation.

“We are extremely pleased to be the first Indian and the second Asian technology company to receive this certification. We are always striving for excellence in what we offer to our clients and this accreditation is another step in that direction”, said Abhishek Humbad, Co-founder Goodera.

GRI is an independent international organization that has pioneered sustainability reporting since 1997. It helps businesses and governments across the world to understand and communicate their impact on critical sustainability issues such as climate change, human rights, governance and social well-being. The GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards are developed with true multi-stakeholder contributions and rooted in the public interest.

‘GRI Certified Software and Tools Program’ enables access to software and tools with accurate GRI content, helping companies collect data and manage the reporting process.

“The GRI certification guarantees that the content from the GRI Standards is correct, enabling robust and transparent reporting for our clients”, said Richa Bajpai – Co-founder Goodera.

Goodera is a technology platform that helps companies measure progress and impact of their Sustainability, CSR and Volunteering initiatives at the last mile on a real time basis. Currently 200+ companies including P&G, Dell, Amazon, HDFC Bank, Godrej are using the Goodera platform across 70+ countries to monitor and measure the impact of INR 2,000 Cr+ of development capital deployed annually for the betterment of 6 million beneficiaries. Goodera has a 150 strong team with offices in Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, San Francisco and London.