S&P Global Ratings has assigned Swedbank AB an ESG Evaluation score of 75 (out of 100; see “Swedbank AB: ESG Evaluation” published today). The company’s ESG Evaluation score is the result of an ESG profile of 72, combined with an adequate (+3) preparedness. Higher numbers indicate stronger sustainability in our evaluations.
Headquartered in Stockholm, Swedbank is among the leading Nordic banks, with around €250 billion of assets. It provides a wide range of financial services to retail, midsize, and large corporate customers, with leading market positions in Sweden and the Baltic countries.
Our ESG Evaluation of 75 is supported by Swedbank’s established environmental, social, and governance (ESG) integration along its value chain, but is constrained by past governance deficiencies. These were brought to light by the 2019 money laundering controversy.
Swedbank’s asset management arm, Robur, was among the first to integrate ESG, with a particular focus on climate-related issues. The implementation of an advanced responsible investment framework has enabled Robur to reduce the carbon footprint of its portfolios and should support its commitment to align its investments with a 1.5 degrees Celsius climate scenario by 2025. Although the bank’s ESG integration in terms of its lending activities is less developed, in our view, it is on track to roll out additional sector-specific ESG guidance, including on mortgages, which should facilitate systematic implementation and monitoring.
Relative to the global industry average, Swedbank benefits from higher social standards in Sweden. On the other hand, like other large banks, it faces challenges regarding customer satisfaction, partly after the material reputational damage caused by the severity of its 2019 money laundering case. Indeed, Swedbank is still strengthening its risk culture and governance following the controversy. Although its new board and executive management have invested heavily to be among the leaders in combating financial crime, we believe these measures will take time to permeate across the entire organization.
Swedbank’s robust preparedness reflects its excellent awareness of potential long-term disruptions, including digitalization and climate change, balanced by the short track record of its board.
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Two thirds of PR Pros can’t prove their work helps their business or client: CoverageBook
Just 1 in 3 PRs track the commercial impact of their work – while 66% are focused on driving high volumes of coverage31% of PRs have seen budgets cut in the last year, but a staggering 50% of those respondents believe this would have been less likely if they could better prove commercial relevanceNew free tool ‘CoverageImpact’ helps PRs prove the value of their work and bridge this disconnectLONDON, Feb. 22, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — PR may talk the talk when it comes to boardroom relevance, but it’s failing to walk the walk. New research from CoverageBook, the leading PR industry reporting platform, shows that just one third of PR pros align their activity with commercial goals. The survey of over 350 senior PR and marketing professionals reveals a significant disconnect between how the PR industry measures and reports on activity and what senior leaders and budget holders expect to see.
This research comes at a time when clients are putting increased scrutiny on PR teams to demonstrate impact. While the industry is finally putting outdated metrics like AVE (used by just 7% of respondents) to bed – there’s no consensus on how to prove the value of PR and communications.
To help build that consensus and allow every PR to prove the value of their work, CoverageBook is launching CoverageImpact, a revolutionary free tool designed to simplify PR reporting and impact measurement. The tool aims to bridge the gap between PR professionals’ activities and their clients’ commercial goals, ensuring that there’s no disconnect between agency and client or within a business.
This is particularly important as less than half of PR professionals currently consider new biz and sales when measuring the impact of their work – just 41% of UK respondents and 34% of US respondents take the new business/sales pipeline into account. These numbers drop significantly when asked about investment generation – 14% of UK respondents and 13% of US respondents.
So what are they measuring? Well unsurprisingly, the focus is on outputs and audience, with 96% citing target audience as a key measurement criteria and 66% high volumes of coverage.
Lack of commercial proof has a financial impact
The result of all this lack of commercial certainty? Unfortunately, it’s budget cuts. When asked about their 2023 budgets, 31% of all respondents said they had seen cuts (33% agencies, and 22% in-house).
Unsurprisingly, 50% of those respondents believe this would have been less likely if they could better prove commercial relevance. Breaking that figure down clearly shows the correlation between impact proof and budget decisions, with 75% of agency respondents and 25% of in-house respondents in the UK agreeing with that statement, alongside 79% of agency respondents and 21% of in-house respondents in the USA.
Commenting on the findings, Alastair McCapra, CIPR CEO said: “These findings show how PR practitioners are putting more time into measurement and evaluation, but the lack of a common approach is costing us credibility. With one in three PR budgets being cut and a sluggish economy, we need to be more effective than ever in telling our story, and communicating the impact and value of our work.”
When asked about the biggest challenges they face in measurement, 54% of all respondents cited a lack of a universal measurement framework, while 52% mentioned a lack of measurement tools. These findings underscore the urgent need for tools that simplify measurement and reporting, making it easier for PR professionals to demonstrate the value of their work.
CoverageImpact, developed by the creators of CoverageBook and Answer The Public, offers a simple solution for turning coverage tracker spreadsheets into visually appealing ‘coverage over time’ graphics. With CoverageImpact, users can easily add impact data to their reports without the need for complex pivot tables or data visualisation skills. The tool is compatible with popular PR tools such as Excel, Google Sheets, Cision, MuckRack, TalkWalker, Meltwater, and CoverageBook, making it accessible to PR professionals worldwide.
“The truth is everybody needs to level up on telling the story of their impact; how their work correlates to organisational impact – the stuff leadership and boards actually care about. We know this is happening in small pockets, there are some case studies of PR measurement already,” said Gary Preston, CEO & Co Founder at CoverageBook. “But only a few can afford dedicated teams with Python, Excel & Data viz skills to do the job. Our aim is to democratise PR measurement for everyone to start having credible impact stories.”
In addition to simplifying reporting, the tool is designed to help PR practitioners start credible conversations with senior business leaders and budget holders, create graphs that support strategic decision-making, and save time in generating reports.
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Travel and Expense Management Software Market Size to Grow USD 15.7 Billion by 2032 at a CAGR of 18.3% | Valuates Reports
BANGALORE, India, Feb. 22, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Travel and Expense Management Software Market Size, Share, Competitive Landscape and Trend Analysis Report by Deployment Type (On-premise, Cloud), by Organization Size (Large Enterprises, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises), by Industry Vertical (IT and Telecom, BFSI, Manufacturing, Public Sector, Healthcare, Others): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2023-2032.
The global travel and expense management software market was valued at USD 3 Billion in 2022, and is projected to reach USD 15.7 Billion by 2032, growing at a CAGR of 18.3% from 2023 to 2032.
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The market for travel and expenditure management software is expanding due in large part to companies’ growing use of digital solutions to automate and streamline their travel and expense management procedures, which boost productivity and cut expenses. Further propelling the market development are the growing requirement for real-time visibility and control over spending, the necessity of regulatory compliance, and the increasing globalization of companies. Additionally, the incorporation of cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and data analytics into these software programmes is propelling market expansion by providing improved user experiences, predictive capabilities, and insights.
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TRENDS INFLUENCING THE GROWTH OF THE GLOBAL TRAVEL AND EXPENSE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MARKET:
The global increase in corporate travel activities is a major factor driving the growth of the travel and expense management software market. Businesses are sending more staff on business trips, conferences, and customer meetings as a result of globalization and growing corporate operations. Organizations are adopting travel and expenditure management software solutions to simplify procedures, track spending in real-time, and guarantee compliance with corporate regulations as a result of the spike in corporate travel, which makes effective administration of travel expenses necessary.
Businesses in a variety of sectors are looking for solutions to streamline and automate their spending and travel management procedures in order to increase productivity and cut expenses. Travel & Expense Management Software reduces mistakes and eliminates human data entry duties with features including automatic receipt scanning, automated expense report production, and connectivity with accounting systems.
Accurate tracking and reporting of travel costs is mandated by strict business rules and regulatory regulations. Through the use of travel and expense management software, businesses may make sure that workers follow company policy on spending limits, prompt approval of charges, and tax compliance. The capacity of these software solutions to uphold compliance requirements and enforce policy adherence is what propels their acceptance by companies of all sizes.
Having real-time insight into spending trends and travel expenditures is essential for efficient money management and budgetary selection. Travel and Expense Management Software gives businesses centralized platforms to manage expenditure, keep an eye on bills, and instantly analyze spending patterns. The demand is driven by this real-time insight, which enables firms to find cost-saving possibilities, make educated decisions, and reduce financial risks.
Travel and expense management software is starting to need integration capabilities with current business systems, such as ERP (business Resource Planning) and HR (Human Resources) systems. Processes are streamlined, data accuracy is improved, and data synchronization across various business operations is made possible through seamless integration. Adoption of software solutions with strong integration capabilities is fueled by organizations’ preference for integrated solutions that can combine travel and cost data with other financial and operational data.
The importance of data analytics and reporting tools in travel and expense management software is growing. Companies need to know about vendor performance, policy compliance, and travel expenditure trends in order to drive strategic decision-making and maximize costs. Organizations are able to get meaningful insights from travel and spending data by utilizing advanced analytics tools that are integrated into these software packages. These tools include predictive analytics, data visualization capabilities, and customisable reporting dashboards.
The increasing popularity of cloud-based travel and expense management software can be attributed to advantages including cost-effectiveness, scalability, and flexibility. By doing away with the requirement for on-premises infrastructure, cloud-based solutions enable businesses to access software from any place or device that has an internet connection. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) find cloud-based solutions especially appealing due to their scalability and accessibility.
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TRAVEL AND EXPENSE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS
In 2022, the market was led by the cloud segment based on deployment mode. This may be ascribed to the rise in developments in cloud-based infrastructure, as cloud technology offers a number of advantages including easy access to diverse apps from far-off locations, virtual reservations, and other creative solutions.
In 2022, the travel and expenditure management software market was dominated by North America. This is explained by the region’s rapid adoption of cloud-based technology. On the other hand, the Asia-Pacific area is growing faster. This is explained by the rise in small-, medium-, and large-scale technological companies in the area.
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Automating Efficiency: Saudi Arabia Warehouse Automation Market Gears Up for 14.2% CAGR, Driven by E-commerce Boom and Vision 2030: Ken Research
GURUGRAM, India, Feb. 22, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s warehouse automation market is on a trajectory for exponential growth, fueled by a surging e-commerce sector and ambitious national goals outlined in Vision 2030. Ken Research’s comprehensive report, Saudi Arabia Warehouse Automation Market Outlook to 2028: Automating the Path to Progress, sheds light on this dynamic market, poised for a remarkable 14.2% CAGR in the coming years. This press release summarizes the key findings and offers valuable insights for investors, logistics companies, and technology providers seeking to capitalize on this flourishing landscape.
Several key factors are propelling the Saudi Arabian warehouse automation market towards a bright future:
E-commerce Boom: The exponential growth of e-commerce is driving demand for efficient and high-throughput warehouse operations, necessitating automation solutions. Vision 2030: The government’s ambitious Vision 2030 plan emphasizes logistics sector development, creating a conducive environment for automation adoption. Rising Labor Costs: Increasing labor costs are prompting companies to seek automation solutions for cost-efficiency and productivity gains. Increased Demand for Storage: Growing population and economic diversification are leading to higher storage requirements, making automation crucial for efficient space utilization. Interested to Know More about this Report, Request a Free Sample Report
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By Technology: Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS) dominate the market, followed by Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) and robots. By Application: E-commerce and retail sectors are the primary adopters, followed by manufacturing, healthcare, and automotive industries. By Solution Provider: Global players like Honeywell, Siemens, and Vanderlande compete alongside regional players like Fawaz Refrigeration and Nesma & Partners Contracting Company. Competitive Landscape:
The market features a mix of established players and emerging entrants:
Global players: Honeywell, Siemens, Vanderlande, Swisslog, and Knapp. Regional players: Fawaz Refrigeration, Nesma & Partners Contracting Company, Abdullah Hashim Abunayyan Trading Company, and Al-Obeikan Group. Start-ups: Innovative start-ups are offering customized and cost-effective automation solutions. Recent Developments:
Investment in automation: Major logistics companies and government entities are investing heavily in warehouse automation solutions. Focus on cloud-based solutions: Cloud-based warehouse management systems (WMS) are gaining traction for improved scalability and flexibility. Adoption of collaborative robots (cobots): Cobots are increasingly used for tasks requiring human-robot collaboration. Visit this Link :- Request for custom report
The Saudi Arabian warehouse automation market is expected to witness exciting developments in the coming years:
Growing demand for advanced technologies: Technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) will be integrated for optimized operations. Rise of integrated solutions: Integrated automation solutions encompassing hardware, software, and services will gain popularity. Focus on sustainability: Environmentally friendly automation solutions will be increasingly sought after. Challenges to Address:
Despite its promising future, the market faces some hurdles:
High initial investment costs: The upfront costs of automation implementation can be a barrier for some companies. Lack of skilled workforce: Training and upskilling the workforce to operate and maintain automated systems is crucial. Data security concerns: Addressing data security concerns associated with connected automation systems is essential. Why This Report Matters:
This report empowers various stakeholders to navigate the Saudi Arabian warehouse automation market:
Investors: Identify lucrative investment opportunities across different technologies and segments. Logistics companies: Gain insights into emerging trends, optimize their operations, and improve efficiency. Technology providers: Tailor their offerings to meet specific market needs and expand their reach. Government entities: Formulate policies that support market growth and achieve Vision 2030 goals. Request free 30 minutes analyst call
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