Schneider Electrics Nathalie Marcotte discusses sustainability

Schneider Electric's Nathalie Marcotte discusses sustainability

 September 13, 2021

With considerable growing concern about the environment, conversations around sustainability have fundamentally changed.

Schneider Electric global President of Process Automation, Natalie Marcotte, believes the future can be more sustainable and subsequently more profitable.

A good sustainability strategy enables better financial performance

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"No one should have to choose between sustainability and profitability. They are two sides of the same coin. Sustainability isn’t just about pursuing a social good or protecting a brand. Nor should it be a drag on financial performance. In fact, I will argue that a good sustainability strategy enables better financial performance. That’s because it forces an organization to be resilient, agile and innovative," she says.

With the sustainable product market growing fast, and the pressure for industries to meet stringent sustainability goals, Natalie argues for businesses to demonstrate better agility and adaptability, particularly when it comes to a strong digital strategy.

"That is why Schneider Electric is always looking for better ways to help our customers re-imagine and improve sustainability. One part of our vision is to deliver digital solutions and strategies for sustainability that consider resiliency, energy efficiency and process efficiency together," she adds.

Read the full article with Schneider Electric's Nathalie Marcotte.

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