Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Company news - Dell

Dell has come out top of 40 IT companies in the Corporate Sustainability Index (CSI) Benchmark Report for 2009 from US company Technology Business Research. Apparently the company scored particularly well in areas of renewable energy, recycling and embedded sustainability strategy.



The analysis is based on an assessment of more than 100 discrete sustainability factors and metrics covering energy, emissions, recycling and transparency.

According to the press release, as well as its overall top finish, Dell took the lead among Computing Sector vendors. Other sector leaders include BT (265.2) in telecom/networking, Microsoft (168.0) in software and Wipro (131.0) in professional services. The full report will be available on June 1st.



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