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Bridging Sustainability and Cost-Effectiveness

A Webinar on Utilizing Sustamize Emission Data in FACTON EPC


Empower your business with sustainable, reliable, data-driven product decisions.

For companies in the supply chain, it's crucial to showcase the environmental impact of their products, including the amount of emissions generated during manufacturing. However, lack of transparency, standardization, and automation hinder the timely delivery of product carbon footprint in the supply chain and corporate reporting. 

Discover an effortless way to calculate your product costs and transparently determine the product's carbon footprint along the costing structure.

Working with sustamize, FACTON offers an integrated approach to importing CO2e reference data into your calculation for sustainable, reliable, and data-driven product decisions.

In this video, you will learn about:

  • Regulation and pressure at the product level: Reporting on Scope 3 and PCF will become mandatory, and regulations like EU ETS development and CBAM are increasing complexity. Requirements from customers change product costs.
  • Why using generic benchmark data can be expensive with the variety of materials and how specific CO2e reference data can help reduce costs
  • Seamlessly integrated CO2e Management with sustamize Product Footprint Engine
  • How to import and use scope 3 emission data from sustamize to calculate the product carbon footprint in FACTON EPC Cost Management

This webinar provides a transformative approach to product cost management, empowering manufacturing companies' cost engineers, project controllers, sales staff, and sustainability managers.

To access the free webinar video, please complete and submit the form on this page. Next, you can view and download the webinar on demand in your browser.


Katharina Gador

Manager Marketing & Product Management


Senior Manager Marketing & Product Management