Toitū Envirocare's $18m digitisation to make it the 'Xero' of emissions certification

Toitū Envirocare's $18m digitisation to make it the 'Xero' of emissions certification
Toitū's chief executive, Teressa Betty. (Image: Supplied)
Greg Hurrell
Toitū Envirocare is embarking on an $18 million automation and digitisation plan it says will make its carbon certification programmes affordable to any small business.Toitū's chief executive, Teressa Betty, said it aimed to have its programmes fully automated for some types of businesses, which would see a massive reduction in costs.“We see Toitū becoming to carbon measurement and reporting what Xero is to accounting.”Toitū Envirocare is the trading name of Enviro-Mark Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Manaaki Whenua &nda...

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