European regulation CSRD

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive obliges European companies to report on the impact of their operations on environment and society. The CSRD comes with specific requirements, such as:

  • The impact must be well-underpinned with numbers and calculations
  • The organization must determine and measure long-term objectives
  • Reports must be externally audited

Comply with CSRD reporting in a timely manner via SmartTrackers

Calculate your impact

Reliably calculate the impact of your organization, determine your long-term goals and forecast the effect of your actions to improve.

Simplify external accountability

Effortlessly produce graphs and reports. The results are easily verifiable for external accountants, whom you conveniently invite to collaborate with you in the system.

Don’t worry about CSRD updates

Should there be any updates in the CSRD, emission factor calculations or in your organizational structure itself? SmartTrackers easily recalculates, so you have comparable information over time.

More about the CSRD

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive covers domains like greenhouse gas emissions, pollution, circularity and working conditions.

It applies to almost everyone

From 2024, the directive will apply to European companies that currently have a reporting obligation onder the Non-Financial Reporting Directive. From 2025 onwards, CSRD applies to companies  that meet at least two out of these three criteria:

  • More than 250 FTE
  • More than €50 million turnover per year
  • More than €25 million on the balance sheet

From 2026, the directive will also apply to other companies. Moreover, if you do not meet the criteria yourself, but your clients do have a reporting obligation, it is likely that your clients will request sustainability data from you for their disclosures.

SmartTrackers quickly follows-up on regulatory changes with updated or new functionalities in the software.

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