Compugen expands modern workspace concept to Saskatchewan with Regina location
Posted October 29, 2019 in Announcements
Compugen is honored to be nominated for the new Green Economy Builder Award from Windfall Ecology Center for inspiring employees and community organizations with their award-winning Green4Good sustainability program. This award celebrates businesses that are driving the green economy through their sustainability initiatives.
Steve Glover, President of Compugen Finance Inc. said, “Compugen and Compugen Finance are urgently taking leadership in sustainability by reducing CO2 emissions, with a goal of becoming carbon neutral. Our customers, staff, business partners and the public expect positive change in the near term and we are rising to the challenge. "
The Green4Good program offers Canadian enterprises an effective way to solve end-of-life IT asset disposition challenges. Through technology reuse and recycling, the value earned allows companies to contribute to charities, purchase new equipment or fund a social program that they may be a part of. Today, over 1, 600,000 IT assets have been diverted from landfills with more than 155 charities supported along the way.
“Climate change is the defining challenge of our time. Being a part of the solution is not only the right thing to do, but it represents a tremendous economic opportunity for businesses and for Canada. Organizations like Compugen understand that. We hope that sharing Compugen's story will inspire other organizations to sixteen the benefits of going green while safeguarding our planet for generations to come, ”said Priyanka Lloyd, executive director of Green Economy Canada, in a news release.
Compugen is bolstering its sales and marketing operations with two new appointments for Director of Marketing and Senior Sales Manager for Western Canada. Part of its accelerated growth initiative, this move sees the Canadian IT services provider strengthen its operation with customer experience at its utmost priority. Read More …