ARCT AS is an entrepreneurial business and a first-mover, who is developing tools for reporting on the UN Goals and for ensuring stakeholder value in all activities.
Today’s expectation is that public and private business
incorporate the UN goals in their daily operations.
What does that mean for your business?
How can we report compliance to 17 SDG goals and 169 targets?
Even the Office of the Auditor General’s report of states that it is “highly reprehensible” that Norway has not identified which sub-goals we are to prioritize in Norway. There is a lack of a national reporting format for the sustainability goals.
ARCT is an entrepreneurial business and a first-mover, who has developed a digital dialogue tool, ARCTTM where the user may report on the UN Goals and ensure stakeholder value in any type of activity.
The ARCT tool was initial developed as an interactive stakeholder mapping tool in Google Maps with an opportunity to select and score stakeholders impact and interaction. The development was supported by Innovation Norway, European Space agency and partners (Ramoll, DNV GL, NINA, ASRC Alaska, with Megapop Games, S&T and Forte Digital for coding support).
ARCT’s initial idea is based on my experience as Statoil’s Regulatory Compliance Manager in Alaska. On-site in Alaska, I was exposed to significant interest in the Norwegian way of doing business and became an expert on comparing regulations and ways of working. I learnt business needs better digital tools and that:
Society pays if business fails.
Let’s ensure well-planned, sustainable projects by increasing stakeholder value in all our activities!