Hitachi Vantara launches new suite of sustainability offerings

10 October 2023 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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Hitachi Vantara, the data and technology consulting arm of Hitachi, has launched a new suite of offerings aimed at helping companies improve their sustainability footprint.

Announced in the United States last week, Hitachi Vantara’s new offerings are geared at two sectors (manufacturing and real estate) and two areas of expertise (information technology and data analytics).

“Leveraging Hitachi Vantara’s long expertise in the sustainability domain, our new offerings enable organisations to adopt sustainable business practices that pave the way to a greener future,” said Gajen Kandiah, the Chief Executive Officer of Hitachi Vantara.

Hitachi Vantara launches new suite of sustainability offerings

The new ‘Green IT’ offering helps organisations gain a holistic understanding of their IT footprint, by shedding light on the emissions of assets, equipment, IT architecture, cloud operations and more. The offering also gives insight in scope 3 technology and cloud emissions.

The ‘Data and Analytics’ offering supports Hitachi Vantara’s clients with building reporting solutions that make their impact on social and environmental issues more transparent. The proposition brings together the company’s expertise in data science with advanced analytics, digital twin, and AI and IoT technologies.

Meanwhile, the new manufacturing-focused offering helps industrial groups with understanding their energy consumption and carbon emissions across primary processes and value chains. The real estate offering is focused on the facility management domain, helping property owners design optimised systems for energy efficiency.

“Our offerings are uniquely designed to better understand and reduce the carbon footprint from physical and digital operations,” said Kandiah.

Hitachi Vantara was established in 2017 following the merger between Hitachi Data Systems, Hitachi Insight Group and Pentaho. The firm has around 13,000 employees worldwide.