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Symsoft awarded gold for CSR 4th consecutive year

Symsoft Awarded Gold for CSR 4th Consecutive Year
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Symsoft has for the fourth consecutive year been awarded the EcoVadis Gold rating for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The recognition once again places Symsoft among the top 5% of companies evaluated by EcoVadis globally.

As Symsoft grows its operations and customer base in new regions, it becomes increasingly important to keep a light environmental footprint and to make a positive social impact through our business conduct. That is why we continue to work both internally and externally with our suppliers and partners to take measures right through the value chain to contribute to a sustainable society. As a key enabler to many small and large telecommunication providers, our products and services are used by millions of people globally and we are proud to help them succeed while contributing to a better environment and fair conditions for all.

“Our continued top rating by EcoVadis is acknowledgement that we are fulfilling our ambitions of being a responsible company and a great indication to our customers and partners that they can trust in us to operate with the highest level of corporate social responsibility. Commitment to sustainability is important to us and to be listed alongside industry leaders like Johnson & Johnson, Salesforce, Schneider Electric and BASF in a field of 45,000 businesses is a distinction we should be very proud of” says Johan Rosendahl, Managing Director at Symsoft.

The independent assessment considers 21 criteria across the areas of Environment, Labour & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement for which Symsoft met or exceeded the highest benchmark level. The rating is based on international CSR standards including the Global Reporting Initiative, the United Nations Global Compact, and the ISO 26000, covering 190 spend categories and 150 countries.

Originally posted on www.symsoft.com, find out more about Symsoft’s rebrand to Sinch in the press release here.