Stephen Fulton has been appointed as Head of Sales for digital sustainability management solution ESI Monitor, the providers of Future Track.
Based in the UK, Mr Fulton joins with extensive experience dating back more than 20 years.
He will drive ESI’s sale strategy and work closely with clients to understand their needs and deliver custom solutions that meet their unique challenges.
Mr Fulton said: “My background is in corporate compliance, monitoring organisational behaviour to ensure best practice is followed, and I am excited to bring my skills and experience to the issue of sustainability, probably the most critical issue facing the world today.
“Products like FutureTrack provides companies with the tools they need to achieve better business practice through sustainability.”
ESI Monitor uses the automated FutureTrack, which is designed to assist organisations by making sustainability simple, accessible, and intuitive. The software is an emissions calculator that supports reporting, benchmarking, net-zero planning and provides resources to help businesses reduce and eventually replace their dependency on fossil fuels.
“Having worked within start-ups, global tech companies, financial services organisations and with educational institutions, I have insight into the workings and needs of these diverse markets and how FutureTrack can benefit each one,” added Mr Fulton.
“Whether it’s concern for climate change, energy security or attracting prospective clients and talent, achieving sustainability is a central tenet to the future of the world and our place in it.”
Ian Corder, Director of Standards and Operations said: “We’re very pleased to welcome Stephen to the team. We’re in the process of scaling our offer due to increased demand from organisations in the UK and further afield.
“With his innovative and entrepreneurial mindset, and varied market insight, we’re confident that Stephen’s the right person to help us level up.”
Pictured (top): Stephen Fulton.
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