Digitization is the process of converting information into a digital (i.e. computer-readable) format. The result is the representation of an object, image, sound, document, or signal (usually an analog signal) obtained by generating a series of numbers that describe a discrete set of points or samples. The result is called digital representation or, more specifically, a digital image, for the object, and digital form, for the signal. In modern practice, the digitized data is in the form of binary numbers, which facilitates processing by digital computers and other operations, but digitizing simply means "the conversion of analog source material into a numerical format"; the decimal or any other number system can be used instead.


In ESG, reporting is an innovative approach. It is not about novelty of the mechanism of reporting, but also about an innovative strategic management framework. We can support the development of a rational sustainability strategic management practice.

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To support businesses we have developed specialized services related to carbon emissions accounting, ranging from emission calculations to reporting and to specialized accounting frameworks applicable in specific industries, such as banking, constructions and facility management, among other.

ESG services are delivered through GUES Platform

GUES Project benefits from a €120,000 grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants. The aim of the project is to provide companies with a powerful carbon emission accounting tool, for the reporting and management of carbon emissions in Scope 1, 2 and 3 (throughout the complete value chain).

The EEA and Norway Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway towards a green, competitive and inclusive Europe.

There are two overall objectives: reduction of economic and social disparities in Europe, and to strengthen bilateral relations between the donor countries and 15 EU countries in Central and Southern Europe and the Baltics. The three donor countries cooperate closely with the EU through the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA). The donors have provided €3.3 billion through consecutive grant schemes between 1994 and 2014.

For the period 2014-2021, the EEA and Norway Grants amount to €2.8 billion. The priorities for this period are:

#1 Innovation, Research, Education and Competitiveness

#2 Social Inclusion, Youth Employment and Poverty Reduction

#3 Environment, Energy, Climate Change and Low Carbon Economy

#4 Culture, Civil Society, Good Governance and Fundamental Rights

#5 Justice and Home Affairs

Eligibility for the Grants mirror the criteria set for the EU Cohesion Fund aimed at member countries where the Gross National Income (GNI) per inhabitant is less than 90% of the EU average.

The EEA and Norway Grants scheme consists of two financial mechanisms. The EEA Grants are jointly financed by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, whose contributions are based on their GDP. Norway Grants are financed solely by Norway.

More information at: www.eeagrants.romania and www.norwaygrants.romania.

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Environmental topics and compliance with carbon emission legislation can be a tough challenge, especially when addressing Scope 3 emissions and different accounting frameworks applicable in various industries. Here you can find documented opinions and information on this topic to help you get a better understanding on the topic.

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