Paris, June 8, 2020
Atos, a international leader in digital transformation, these days publishes its second Built-in Report presenting the Group’s fiscal and excess-fiscal performance, approach, governance and vital achievements for the year 2019. The report addresses the pitfalls and options, issues and initiatives of Corporate Social Obligation (CSR). It has been geared up in accordance with the 2019 Common Registration Document and in rigid compliance with the recommendations of the World-wide Reporting Initiative (GRI), solution “comprehensive”, and the Worldwide Built-in Reporting Council (IIRC).
At a time when the world is encountering an unparalleled disaster, Atos, in its 2019 Built-in Report, demonstrates how sustainability is rooted in all its functions, in accordance to its “raison d’être” (statement of purpose). Atos is as a result all set to assistance its customers pursue their digital transformation journey, in the “new normal”, in a thoroughly sustainable, dependable way.
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