Rapport has been called “the QuickBooks of sustainability.” Designed and priced specifically for small and midsized businesses (SMBs), Rapport helps organizations measure their environmental footprint, engage employees and suppliers in reducing impact, and share data with customers.

As large companies like Home Depot and Walmart reach further into their own ecosystems to measure impact, they are putting increasing pressure on their small and midsized suppliers to share their own environmental data. Rapport makes it simple for suppliers to track environmental metrics (e.g. carbon emissions, water, solid waste, etc.); attribute the percentage of their footprint to each customer; and accurately share data in real-time.

SMB suppliers get a picture of their impact; tips on increasing efficiency and saving money; and an effective solution for compliance. Large companies get the data they need in real-time and a more accurate accounting of the collective impact of their operation and su...
Rapport has been called “the QuickBooks of sustainability.” Designed and priced specifically for small and midsized businesses (SMBs), Rapport helps organizations measure their environmental footprint, engage employees and suppliers in reducing impact, and share data with customers.

As large companies like Home Depot and Walmart reach further into their own ecosystems to measure impact, they are putting increasing pressure on their small and midsized suppliers to share their own environmental data. Rapport makes it simple for suppliers to track environmental metrics (e.g. carbon emissions, water, solid waste, etc.); attribute the percentage of their footprint to each customer; and accurately share data in real-time.

SMB suppliers get a picture of their impact; tips on increasing efficiency and saving money; and an effective solution for compliance. Large companies get the data they need in real-time and a more accurate accounting of the collective impact of their operation and supply chain ecosystem.

Rapport provides SMBs with all of the tools they need to measure and reduce their environmental impact. This underserved market segment has been heretofore unable to afford enterprise sustainability software, and SMBs often lack the technological resources required to deploy it. With Rapport priced at $99 per site per month, nearly any business can now afford to measure, track, and analyze its footprint.

From there, Rapport helps businesses identify opportunities to optimize, reduce waste, and save money; note that platform captures financial information in addition to environmental impact, enabling practical decision-making that’s rooted in consideration of ROI.

Rapport’s data management methodology empowers companies to identify and allocate environmental impact (and intensity) of different corporate locations, organizational functions, employee groups, product lines, and suppliers. This allows companies to see the environmental impact on a per-unit basis – whether the product is a carburetor, billable hour, or gallons of beer.

Connectivity is a hallmark of Rapport; the platform has been engineered to spread organically through supply chains. Leveraging the network effect of customer-supplier relationships, Rapport captures the extended footprint of a supply chain.
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Bonnie Frye Hemphill

Rapport's team are amazingly articulate. They explain not only the answers, but the inspiration, that they can offer to companies aspiring to sustainability up and down their supply chains. I can't wait to see how far Rapport can go.