FMI Works Achieves Carbon-Neutral Certification

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Friday 19th November 2021: Australian facilities management software provider, FMI Works, was today revealed to have achieved carbon neutral certification.

FMI Works COO Natalie Cappiello stated “achieving carbon neutral certification allows us to align our organisational processes, with the processes we support for our customers.”

The certification from Climate Active is one of the most rigorous carbon neutral certifications in the world; and puts FMI Works on a short list of Australian tech companies achieving carbon neutrality.

FMI Works is the first of the Zuuse global group of companies to achieve carbon neutrality, with Payapps expected to also attain certification in 2021.

FMI Works provides software solutions to businesses to digitise previously paper-based processes and improve asset longevity.

Product Manager, David Wilton stated “the FMI Works solution goes a long way to helping businesses become more sustainable, shifting paper-based processes into the cloud, and allowing for optimised asset lifecycle management.”