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Today, we are announcing the release of the new CSRHub Benchmarking Template, available on the Enablon Wizness Publisher platform. Building on CSRHub’s partnership with Enablon, our teams have joined forces to imagine this new online tool which will enable you to: … Continue reading →
New Ranking Percentile Comparisons allow you to compare a company to other companies in the same industry and country CSRHub works for you CSRHub just released four new products that simplify your sustainability analysis. Each CSRHub Dashboard is … Continue reading →
By Bahar Gidwani Last week, we upgraded the CSRHub web site with many new benefits and features our members have been requesting. We also officially launched our new CSRHub Dashboard, an Excel-based tool that allows our subscribers to bring … Continue reading →
The following is part 1 of a 3-part series on “Big Data.” By Bahar Gidwani “Big Data” is a useful tool for rating corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability performance. We believe that the Big Data system that … Continue reading →
The following is part 1 of a 3-part series on “Big Data.” By Bahar Gidwani “Big Data” should be a useful tool for rating corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability performance. It may be the answer to dealing … Continue reading →