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DIGITALL joins the fight against climate change and commits to The Climate Pledge

By signing The Climate Pledge, DIGITALL commits to regular reporting, carbon elimination and credible offsets in the pursuit of net-zero carbon by 2040.

Frankfurt, Germany/ Sofia, Bulgaria/ Craiova, Romania - March 14, 2022

The technology and business consulting company DIGITALL has joined The Climate Pledge in a commitment to be net-zero carbon by 2040, 10 years ahead of the Paris Agreement. As a Pledge signatory, the company agrees to pursue carbon-reduction activities including regular reporting, carbon elimination and credible offsets. By signing the commitment, DIGITALL joins 300+ other businesses that are taking collective action to combat the climate change and build a low-carbon economy.

Тhe Climate Pledge forms a cross-sector community of organizations, working together to crack the climate crisis and solve the challenges of decarbonizing our economy by 2040.

DIGITALL, along with all other companies and organizations that sign the Pledge, commits to three areas of action:

·        Measure and report greenhouse gas emissions on a regular basis;
·        Implement decarbonization strategies in line with the Paris Agreement through real business changes and innovations, including efficiency improvements, renewable energy, materials reductions and other carbon emission elimination strategies;
·        Neutralize any remaining emissions with additional, quantifiable, real, permanent and socially beneficial offsets to achieve net-zero annual carbon emissions by 2040.

“DIGITALL is proud to have signed The Climate Pledge and stand with Amazon, Global Optimism and all other Pledge signatories on the journey to decarbonization. It is our collective responsibility to take proactive measures and combat the climate crisis. As part of our commitment to the Pledge, we have already implemented ecologically sustainable corporate standards and are now planning further operational changes,” said Ivaylo Slavov, CEO of DIGITALL.

The company has already defined its first steps on the way to becoming net-zero carbon. As a signatory of the Pledge, DIGITALL will reduce the consumption of energy, water, waste and paper in all its offices as well as reduce and green up its fleet. It has already started reducing business travel and commuting unless necessary followed by carbon offsetting. DIGITALL is also planning to switch to 100% corporate renewable energy purchasing for its offices where possible.

“The effects of climate change are becoming more and more apparent in our surroundings and daily lives, and we firmly believe that the private sector must continue to innovate and collaborate across regions and industries in order to decarbonize the global economy at scale,” said Andy Jassy, Amazon CEO. “It’s an encouraging sign that more than 300 businesses have now signed The Climate Pledge, which commits them to confronting climate change head-on by incorporating real business changes that will make a lasting impact on our planet. We can only do it together.”

We are DIGITALL – a digital leader born from two technology and business driven consulting companies with more than 20 years of success and experience on the global market. By joining forces, we deliver the next generation Digital Transformation & Digital Cloud Experience to enterprises. We digitalize and protect customers, employees and data. Our customers rely on us to transform their core business processes in a secure way in the digital world.
DIGITALL operates on a global scale with over 1,400 employees across 27 offices in 12 countries located in Europe and North America.
In addition to building a competitive portfolio, our team of expert employees has established strong relationships with strategic technology partners, including Salesforce, Microsoft, IBM, SAP, Oracle, Cisco, Snowflake, Zuora, etc.

About The Climate Pledge
In 2019, Amazon and Global Optimism co-founded The Climate Pledge, a commitment to reach the Paris Agreement 10 years early and be net-zero carbon by 2040. Now, more than 300 organizations have signed The Climate Pledge, sending an important signal that there will be rapid growth in demand for products and services that help reduce carbon emissions. For more information, visit
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