e2open Releases Inaugural Environmental, Social, and Governance Report

Patrice Roarke
October 12, 2021 | Updated: September 8, 2022

AUSTIN, Texas – October 12, 2021 – e2open Parent Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ETWO), a leading network-based provider of a cloud-based, mission-critical, end-to-end supply chain management platform, today released its 2021 Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) report. 

“Since embarking on the mission to orchestrate complex global supply chains using our integrated platform, we have known that what we do at its core supports sustainability,” said Michael Farlekas, chief executive officer at e2open. “We help companies accelerate growth, reduce costs, increase visibility, and improve agility and resiliency – more sustainably. Our inaugural ESG report highlights how we are invested in operating in a manner that is consistent with our sustainability aspirations.”

e2open’s ESG report details the company’s initiatives including: 

  • The impact of its solutions to sustainably improve supply chains 
  • Solution delivery designed to minimize disruption and risk
  • People programs that support employee wellbeing, engagement, diversity and inclusion, and community support
  • Initiatives to minimize environmental impact for the company and throughout clients’ supply chains
  • Processes to promote a fair and ethical culture and sound governance practices and compliance

Read the full 2021 e2open ESG Report at www.e2open.com. 

About e2open

At e2open, we’re creating a more connected, intelligent supply chain. It starts with sensing and responding to real-time demand, supply and delivery constraints. Bringing together data from clients, distribution channels, suppliers, contract manufacturers and logistics partners, our collaborative and agile supply chain platform enables companies to use data in real time, with artificial intelligence and machine learning to drive smarter decisions. All this complex information is delivered in a single view that encompasses your demand, supply and logistics ecosystems. e2open is changing everything. Demand. Supply. Delivered.TM Visit www.e2open.com.    

e2open and the e2open logo are registered trademarks of e2open, LLC. Demand. Supply. Delivered. is a trademark of e2open, LLC.

Investor Contact

J. Adam Rogers
e2open
adam.rogers@e2open.com
515-556-1162

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