Hamburg, October 25, 2023 – novomind AG, the Hamburg-based software development company, has received certification under the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) developed by the European Union. This certification, in addition to novomind’s 2023 ISO 14001 certification for environmental management systems, underscores the company’s dedication to environmental responsibility and climate protection.
EMAS places a strong emphasis on continuously improving environmental performance. It aims to quantify and enhance novomind’s ongoing efforts to protect the environment and climate. As a software manufacturer, novomind concentrates on energy conservation and resource preservation.
Stan Carstensen, COO Digital Commerce at novomind, expressed the company’s commitment to sustainable corporate governance, stating, “Sustainable corporate governance is very important to us. Since our inception, we have focused on long-term thinking and actions that minimize our negative impact on people, the climate, and the environment while promoting positive environmental effects. The EMAS certificate and ISO 14001 certification mark significant milestones on this journey.” Notably, only a handful of software manufacturers in Germany have received EMAS certification, emphasizing novomind’s pioneering spirit in this field.
Sustainable corporate governance is a fundamental component of novomind’s corporate philosophy. The company has recently updated its Code of Conduct to encapsulate its core principles and standards of behavior concerning its social, economic, and ecological responsibilities.
novomind AG develops tailored software solutions for digital commerce and customer service across the world. novomind iPIM is a comprehensive, modular commerce PIM system for digital product experience management (PXM) and product-related master data management (MDM). Thanks to its scalability, it is suitable for growth-oriented industrial and retail companies and enterprises stocking items in the millions. This makes it possible to map PIM and product-related MDM processes in terms of purchasing and sales for brand manufacturers, retailers, and wholesalers.