Corporate Social Responsibility

A vital part of our identity

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) can mean different things to different organizations. Most would define it as all of the initiatives or practices put in place by an organization to foster sustainability. Socially responsible companies need to be economically viable, have a positive impact on society, and respect and preserve the environment.

Building an organization that lasts

A socially responsible company goes beyond the profit motive. To delaware, CSR means that we try to leave the world a little better than we found it. Every day, the #peopleofdelaware help us to do exactly that.

realizing a dream for today, tomorrow and succeeding generations is not something you do overnight, and we know our responsibility goes beyond taking care of our own company - that's why CSR has become a vital part of our identity and our strategy
Jan Delaere - Founding Partner & Chairman

More than checking a box

Over the years, the delaware CSR task force has launched several initiatives and continues to do so on a regular basis. We truly believe that thanks to these efforts, we can have a positive impact on our broader environment. 

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Connected planning: breaking down the silos

“How can we link our financial plan to supply chain planning?”, “Can you help us make planning more agile?” or “How can we get access to real-time data from across the enterprise?”. These must be the most common questions our finance experts receive these days. It’s crystal clear: as a CFO,  you need more data and forecasts, as well as the ability to change course quickly. Excel no longer does the work, but what’re the alternatives?
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Seeing is believing: why you need to trial S/4HANA

With still more than six years to go until SAP support for ECC software comes to a halt, what’s the pressure to move now? Large scale IT migration projects can be costly, time-consuming and if not managed effectively, result in significant downtime.

But if we were only ever to review the risks, we’d never reap the rewards. Legacy systems are often cited as the key problem for business struggling with stagnating growth. In ever-growing markets and under the pressure of an always demanding customer base, there is a desperate need to closely connect customer data to operations in a closed loop.

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5 tips to avoid a clunky ERP change journey

Investing in change management when implementing an ERP system is a key element in planning for success. Change management aims at speeding up full adoption, preparing the organization for its future state and ensuring that new tools will be used to their fullest potential, embedded in new and improved ways of working. That is the case for any IT-driven transformation, but even more so if your organization is introducing a new ERP system.

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