Toronto, Ontario—1 December 2009. Compugen Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been named one of Canada’s top ten green IT practitioners by Computer Dealer News. Reasons for the distinction include Compugen’s whole-life approach to customers’ procurement requirements, its leadership in end-of-life product disposition strategies and its role in nurturing innovative green practices. The announcement was made on 9 November 2009 in a story in Computer Dealer News.
“We have taken several important steps in the direction of long-term sustainability, both in terms of our own operations and as a solution provider to many of Canada’s premier enterprises,” said Andrew Stewart, Vice President, Corporate Services and Marketing, Compugen. “Compugen likes to practice what it preaches, and is also responsive to the demands of the marketplace which is placing a premium products and services that are environmentally aware. Canadian businesses are factoring in the full lifetime costs of a product or service, including any anticipated premiums on operating resource requirements like electricity, disposal costs driven by environmental regulations and impact on staff productivity—more work per kilowatt hour of power represents an environmental benefit, for example, or enablement of remote work may substantially reduce the company’s footprint by reducing commuting. We are thinking very hard about how we can be both a participant in this greening process and an enabler of our customers’ sustainability aspirations.”
Several Compugen initiatives have contributed to this success:
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