Sustainability Focus Areas

Sagility is committed to integrating sustainability across corporate levels, including policy, culture and operations. Sagility views Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) as three central areas which support value creation in the organization and influences day-to-day operations.


In order to identify the focus areas for Sagility’s sustainability journey, a materiality assessment was conducted by engaging key stakeholders. 17 material areas of impact were identified and prioritized for Sagility to drive our sustainability efforts and create value for the environment, community and the organization as a whole.


Focus Areas

• Climate Change
• Energy Management
• Water and Waste Management

• Client satisfaction and innovation
• Diversity and inclusive environment
• Health, safety and well being
• Human Capital Management
• Employee engagement
• Human Rights

• Cyber security & Data Privacy
• Compliance
• Responsible procurement
• Ethics & Integrity
• Risk management
• Stakeholder grievance redressal mechanism

Guiding Principles

Sagility’s sustainability vision is aligned to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Our entire business model is built up around ensuring healthy lives and promoting wellbeing for end users and patients, which contribute to the SDGs. To ensure that our efforts are clearly derived from recognised global best practices, we look up to standard metrics and frameworks across the globe as our source of truth. We are in the process of defining our data to adhere to these global standards, which includes:


  1. Carbon Disclosures Project (CDP):

CDP is the gold standard of environmental reporting with the richest and most comprehensive dataset on corporate and city action. CDP reporting is a requirement from some of Sagility’s clients as well and hence it’s one of the key frameworks we consider as a source of guidance. To learn more about CDP, click here


  1. Global Reporting Initiative (GRI):

GRI provides the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting standards, which cover topics that range from biodiversity to tax, waste to emissions, diversity and equality to health and safety. GRI reporting is the enabler for transparency and dialogue between companies and their stakeholders. To learn more about GRI, click here


  1. S &P’s Dow Jones Sustainability Index:

Standard and Poor’s Dow Jones Sustainability Index focuses on the Corporate Sustainability Assessment and lists out the sector specific sustainability assessment parameters. The Corporate Sustainability Assessment provides guidance on nearly 80-100 reporting metrics under each of the E, S and G pillars for companies to report on. To learn more about DJSI, click here


  1. Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Standards:

SASB Standards guide the disclosure of financially material sustainability information by companies to their investors. Available for 77 industries, the Standards identify the subset of environmental, social, and governance issues most relevant to financial performance in each industry. To learn more about SASB, click here