Sustainability Roundtable Inc.
Cambridge, MA, MA 02142, US
Alternative & Renewable Energy
Sustainability Roundtable Inc. provides Energy & Sustainability Management as a Service. “SR Inc” has partnered with 70+ world leading companies to assist them and develop a confidential, membership-based, business service to all sizes of business.
“SR Inc” has spent 7+ years working with select global enterprises to help them: Set Goals, Drive Progress and Report Results in their move to more sustainable high-performance in real estate and operations. This has enabled SR Inc to create a radically lower cost and better evidenced self-funding service helping overburdened operating executives receive highly focused outsourced assistance to develop and drive programs for increased efficiency.
Through SR Inc’s flagship Sustainable Business & Enterprise Roundtable (“SBER”) service, SR Inc has developed proprietary expertise, processes and systems enabling it to provide over the last three years an increasingly web-enabled, confidential, annual SBER Assessments comparing enterprise Energy & Sustainability Management practices to prior years performance and comparing the enterprise’s current state to an industry specific benchmark of peers. This has enabled SR Inc to provide annual SBER Member Advisory Plans (“MAPs”) identifying opportunities for efficient improvement that are hyper-linked to relevant items in SR Inc’s authoritative, cloud based, SBER Executive Guidance & Tools and to curate the use of those tools and even to provide outsourced managed assistance when needed to advance an enterprise’s move to greater efficiency in a manner that resonates with the most sought after customers, employees, investors and regulators.
SR Inc has introduced membership-based sustainable business assistance modelled, in part, on the Advisory Board Company in healthcare & the Corporate Executive Board management – 2 companies that have scaled into multi-billion dollar public companies. This membership model creates a powerful network effect that: (a) decreases the dependency on any one customer; (b) creates a self-chosen interdependency of customers ; (c) increases the enviable defensibility of the business (i.e. a competitor would have to lift whole sets of clients out); (d) decreases the cost of value provided.