Brad Gurrie, CEO of Socialsuite, Discusses ESG Reporting and the Company's Future on TechDay's 10 Minute IT Jams

May 2, 2023

In a recent episode of TechDay's 10 Minute IT Jams, Brad Gurrie, the CEO of Socialsuite, joined the show to provide sharp, to-the-point insights into the company's software platform and its focus on ESG and impact reporting. With over 165 organizations worldwide adopting their solution, Socialsuite is at the forefront of driving sustainable practices and accountability.

During the interview, Brad Gurrie shared key information about Socialsuite's offerings and its focus for the future. He highlighted that Socialsuite is a software platform designed to streamline ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) and impact reporting for organizations across various industries. By leveraging their platform, organizations can effectively measure, monitor, and optimize their social and environmental performance.

ESG adoption has been gaining significant momentum in recent years, driven by increasing awareness and the growing demand for sustainable investments. Brad emphasized the role technology plays in facilitating this adoption, enabling companies to gather and analyze data efficiently, and report on their ESG initiatives effectively.

Socialsuite has been consistently improving its platform to meet the evolving needs of its clients. Brad discussed recent enhancements made to the software, ensuring that it remains user-friendly and provides robust reporting capabilities. These improvements empower organizations to navigate the complexities of ESG reporting and make data-driven decisions to drive positive social and environmental impact.

Looking ahead, Brad shared insights into the trends that Socialsuite is focused on. He highlighted the importance of outcome measurement, impact assessment, and understanding the value of ESG investments. By leveraging technology and data analytics, Socialsuite aims to help organizations quantify the impact of their ESG initiatives and demonstrate the value they create.

The full interview is contained in the following link.