From service offerings to internal processes – sustainability is part of our corporate strategy

Responsibility is an essential part of our self-understanding. As an IT and consulting company, we bring people together with modern technology. We use our digital know-how and consulting expertise to achieve economic success and continuous, sustainable growth.

The success of a service company depends on the commitment of its employees. That is why a respectful approach to each other, ethically correct behaviour and integrity are our basis for a value-creating and trusting cooperation with our customers.

PPI supports the ten principles of the UN Global Compact for human rights, labour standards, environmental protection and anti-corruption.

Thus we promote sustainability both within and outside our company. Our corporate social responsibility is based on the ESG criteria.

Corporate social responsibility at PPI

Sustainability is part of PPI's corporate strategy. In corporate social responsibility, we are committed to the environment, an inspiring working atmosphere, and responsible corporate governance in line with the ESG criteria.

EcoVadis silver medal

PPI has achieved silver status in the EcoVadis sustainability rating. This puts us among the top 13 percent of peer companies in the industry. Across sectors, we are among the top quarter of companies rated by EcoVadis.

The EcoVadis methodology examines four thematic areas: environment, labour and human rights, ethics as well as sustainable procurement. The auditing is based on leading standards such as the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), UN Climate Change (UNCC) and ISO 26000. It is overseen by an international scientific committee and determines scores based on analysis of policies, measures and results.

„Sustainability is a high priority for us, both in our range of services for our customers and internally. At PPI, we are actively committed to a value-oriented corporate culture and an inspiring and motivating working environment.“

Dirk Weske (CFO), PPI AG