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We are convinced that long-term success is based on sustainable operations.
Our digital solutions are in a key position in curbing climate change and promoting sustainable development.

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Innofactor considers sustainability as one of the cornerstones of its long-term success. Sustainability is not only a condition for the continuation of operations. It also represents a way of responding to stakeholder expectations. Technology companies play a significant role in the mitigation of – and adaptation to – climate change. The IT sector also makes it possible for other organizations to reduce their carbon footprint. Our operations are guided by our Code of Conduct and environmental policy, in addition to which we comply with the leading international sustainability standards, such as the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and the principles of the ICC Business Charter for Sustainable Development.

Innofactor's internal operations are managed through predefined core processes and standards. The key processes related to sustainability include the company's processes relating to legal affairs, risk management, and human resources, which govern many of the main aspects of corporate responsibility. The framework for Innofactor's operations is provided by the ISO 9001, ISO 27001, ISO 13485 and AQAP-2110 standards, which the company's various processes adhere to.

Innofactor is committed to supporting the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. Accordingly, we have assessed the main objectives from the perspective of our business operations.

Good Health and Well-Being

The IT sector can play a significant role in scaling social welfare and healthcare services by enabling access to services from any device, regardless of time and place. Innofactor is involved in the national Virtual Hospital project coordinated by the Helsinki and Uusimaa Hospital District (HUS), which enables remote service for patients via mobile devices and transforms secondary care into “local services” 24/7, for example. The project has been developed in cooperation with all the university hospital districts of Finland, and the insight accrued in the project has also been used in an international Aiccelerate EU project since early 2021.

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an increase in the use of remote consultations, chatbots and chat services. At the same time, the Health Village's customer path and digital treatment path solutions have been used for new purposes. The Health Village Coronabot is a survey targeted at citizens that provides guidance in questions related to symptoms of and exposure to the coronavirus. In addition to developing the Coronabot and solutions for tracing those exposed to COVID-19, Innofactor maintains a COVID-19 vaccination appointment app and a digital FINENTRY service that makes it easier for those arriving in Finland to get tested for COVID-19.

Innofactor takes care of its personnel's well-being by providing diverse health services and offering regular occupational physiotherapy services to improve ergonomics, for example. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we launched weekly exercise breaks in the fall of 2020, organized by our occupational health care partner in Finland, and this practice continued in 2021. We offered lectures on self-management, delivered by an occupational psychologist, for our employees in Finland. We also offer COVID-19 vaccinations to our employees through our occupational health care partner.

Gender Equality

Our personnel's diversity is in key position at Innofactor, and we see diversity as an important factor in creating innovation and supporting the organization's operating and renewal capacity. Promoting diversity and fighting bias within teams was discussed in the spring in the Project Management Community Forum, which brought together Innofactor's Nordic project and service managers. We also wrote an article in our blog on Innofactor's proven practices for increasing workplace diversity to celebrate European Diversity Month in May 2021. Late in the year, we participated in the Algorithm for Gender Equality campaign by the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, which aims to stimulate discussion on equality in the technology sector and inspire women to work in the sector.

Decent Work and Economic Growth

We contribute to economic growth through innovation and new technologies. The measures we have taken to employ young people also support this goal to a significant degree. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have focused even more on the remote work opportunities of our employees and sought to offer new jobs in spite of the difficult circumstances. In Finland, we recruited 14 new graduates or students nearing their graduation for the DigiStar Trainee Program that began in May 2021.

Environmental Responsibility

As an organization operating in the IT sector, Innofactor has a unique opportunity to be part of the solution in reducing environmental impacts. The digital solutions we deliver to our customer organizations play an important role in mitigating and adapting to climate change. Digitalization of manual processes and digital healthcare are examples of solutions through which Innofactor promotes its customers' – and thereby the entire society's – sustainable development. As an example, in 2021, we developed a food waste application for Servica in collaboration with Istekki Oy to enable Service to monitor the volume of food waste as well as the associated costs and carbon footprint.

Our environmental policy guides the actions we take to reduce our adverse environmental impacts and respond to the challenges caused by climate change. Our environmental policy defines the principles we always follow in our own operations and in the deliveries to our customers. The principles of Innofactor's environmental policy include continuous development, improvement of preventative actions, and reacting to the changing operating environment. Innofactor complies with all applicable laws and regulations and expects the same from its partners and suppliers. The environmental policy concerns the entire Innofactor Group and is available on Innofactor's website.

We monitor our energy consumption regularly and aim to actively identify further energy saving opportunities within our organization. As the use of electric and hybrid cars becomes increasingly common, we recognized the need for charging stations at our Espoo Campus. In spring 2020, we partnered with our lessor to install charging stations at our Espoo Campus. The charging stations are available for use by our employees.

Innofactor has a policy aimed at extending the lifecycle of computers. Factors considered in the renewal of computer hardware include the user's needs and the possibility of updating existing devices.

We recycle all recyclable materials such as cardboard, organic waste, metal, plastic and glass. Our electronic waste is recycled by Kuusakoski Recycling.

Remote work is an essential part of the operations of a modern digital organization. In 2020, the global pandemic forced many organizations to switch to remote work extensively and accelerated the digital transformation of organizations. We provide our employees with good opportunities for location-independent work. Using Microsoft Teams as a meeting tool brings added value to the operations of both Innofactor and its customers.

Innofactor employees also carried out various sustainability actions in their teams during the year. In Finland, we participated in the Kilometrikisa cycling campaign and the Finnish Red Cross Chain Reaction fundraiser, which saw us donate one euro for each 25 kilometers of cycling to help people adapt and prepare for the impacts of climate change. We also organized a Beach Clean Up afternoon around our Espoo Campus to clean the shoreline near our office from waste carried in by the sea.

Social Responsibility

In accordance with our PeopleFirst theme, we put people first in everything we do. This applies to our customers – who are the focus of our operations – as well as our employees and investing in their well-being and development. We created quarterly PeopleFirst challenges for our employees, various trainings, events and other activities, as well as separate training events for managers. In Denmark, for example, we organized a lecture focused on stress management and recovery for our personnel. Innofactor's In House Coaching program is still available to all employees in Finland.

In 2021, we focused on managerial work in even more diverse ways than before. For example, through Innofactor Academy, we organized early intervention training for managers to focus on preventative managerial work in collaboration with our occupational health care partner. We also conducted a 360° feedback survey in which managers conducted a self-evaluation and received feedback from their subordinates, colleagues and manager. The results help the managers develop their leadership skills and practices. In 2021, we also focused on building a Nordic manager community to establish a consistent leadership culture and practices.

In 2021, Innofactor continued the recruitment and training of students nearing their graduation, with 14 new participants recruited in Finland for the Innofactor DigiStar Trainee Program in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, Innofactor recruited and trained a total of 20 undergraduate students.

The IT industry is constantly evolving, and an innovative operating environment plays a key role in the success of organizations. At Innofactor, we are increasingly focused on harnessing the potential and strategic capabilities of our employees and giving them the freedom to apply their skills in the workplace. Self-organization is a strategic choice that empowers our teams and gives them the opportunity to change the world and innovate with our customers.

Each employee can participate in the discussion about sustainability through a Microsoft Teams-based discussion forum, Innofactor Game Changers. In the forum, we initiate discussions and share ideas about sustainability.

Information Security and Data Protection

Innofactor's customers require appropriate information security in their services and that the services enable operation in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Innofactor's management has identified several critical cyber risk scenarios against which a company needs to protect itself. The company is committed to protecting its customers' and partners' information and systems, and naturally, Innofactor as a company itself. In order to ensure the level of information security corresponding to the risks, Innofactor maintains a certified information security management system in accordance with ISO 27001 standard.

In its operations, Innofactor is committed to maintaining a high level of data protection and respects the privacy and rights of its personnel, customers and users.

Through regular internal audits and the continuous development of data security, we aim to develop data protection and data security in our operations and processes. Information security and data protection are mandatory parts of induction training in addition to continuous training on information security and data protection. Innofactor's information security group meets regularly to guide the development and implementation of information security and data protection at Innofactor. The company has a designated information security manager and a data protection officer. Additionally, the company's main personal data registers have been assigned to the persons responsible for them.

Respecting Human Rights, Anti-Corruption and Anti-Bribery

Innofactor's Code of Conduct defines the general principles and guidelines that the company's employees and partners adhere to. We arrange trainings concerning the instructions in all of our offices at regular intervals.

Transparent business in accordance with the highest ethical standards is the basis of our company's operations. We use our anonymous whistleblowing channel for reporting suspected violations of our Code of Conduct. All reports received via the channel are processed in strict confidence.

Microsoft Partner Pledge

Innofactor has signed the Microsoft Partner Pledge. Signing the Pledge indicates our commitment to use technology for good, and invest in the following four areas:

  • Digital Skills
  • Diversity
  • Responsible and Ethical AI
  • Sustainability

Learn more about the initiative here.