Third annual corporate social responsibility report emphasizes Insight’s people-first approach to technology in the new digital world.
LONDON, UK, February 2, 2021 —Insight Enterprises (NASDAQ:NSIT), the global integrator of Insight Intelligent Technology Solutions™ for organizations of all sizes, today released its 2021 Insight Corporate Citizenship Report, formally sharing how the company’s environmental, social and governance business practices positively impact the company’s teammates, clients and communities.
This year’s report emphasizes Insight’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and, during a year marked by several incidents of social injustice in 2020, our continued actions to support a team-oriented workplace of diversity, equality and inclusion. The disruptions of 2020 accelerated a long-brewing shift to digitization for most organizations, and Insight leaned into helping clients make the rapid transition through smart solutions tailored to: highly dispersed workforces, cybersecurity, strategic use of data powered by the cloud and at the edge, process automation, digital commerce and mobile applications, and IT supply chain optimization.
“The world and the IT industry have seen unprecedented change over the course of the past year. But what remains constant is our commitment to building meaningful connections, and the power of technology to connect people in the most meaningful of ways, even when they can’t be together in person,” said Ken Lamneck, Insight president and CEO. “The perseverance shown by our teammates – most of whom transitioned to remote work but many who remained working on-site to equip essential workers on the front lines of the COVID fight – reminds us that people come first in our business. Our corporate citizenship report celebrates that dedication.”
As a member of the United Nations Global Compact, Insight is globally committed to supporting human rights and fair labor, reducing environmental impact and standing against corruption. The company holds its worldwide network of more than 5,000 trusted partners to the same ethical standards through its Vendor Code of Conduct.
Highlights of the 2021 Insight Corporate Citizenship Report include:
- In the last year, Insight has been named as a Forbes World’s Best Employer, a Forbes Best Employer for Veterans, a Fortune World’s Most Admired Company and a Fortune Best Workplace for Diversity. Insight also received a score of 95 out of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2021 Corporate Equality Index for LGBTQ workplace equality.
- Insight Digital Innovation launched a Detection and Prevention solution built on the company’s AI and IoT-powered Insight Connected Platform™, providing a scalable foundation to help organizations detect for common signs of COVID-19 and quickly curtail its spread in high-traffic areas.
- Celebrating diversity and inclusion, Insight held its first Global Harmony Day in recognition of Global Diversity Awareness Month in October 2020. The day united Insight teammates worldwide for a series of candid discussions on diversity, equality and inclusion.
- Insight’s teammate-led resource groups, promoting allyship for cultures and communities that have traditionally faced challenges in the workplace, now have more than 1,200 active members.
- Insight continues to play a key part within local communities, supporting a number of different charities and raising thousands of dollars for these organisations.
- Environmental sustainability initiatives saved Insight more than $7 million in 2020. As part of Insight EMEA’s commitment to sustainability, Insight has partnered with Tree-Nation, recognizing new hires and anniversaries by planting a tree in honour of teammates.
- As an affiliate member of the Responsible Business Alliance, Insight’s asset disposition program – helping companies securely repurpose old devices and equipment – and diverse supplier program support a commitment to sustainability and equality.
“Our values of hunger, heart and harmony are at the core everything our 11,000 teammates do, as is the philosophy of making a difference through hard work, compassion and smart technology. Our solutions also are well-suited to address the greatest needs of businesses and communities, as they build organizational resilience in an increasingly digitally dependent world,” said Emma de Sousa, EMEA President, Insight.
To read more about Insight’s social responsibilities and download a copy of the 2021 Insight Corporate Citizenship Report, visit uk.insight.com/about/corporate-responsibility
Today, every business is a technology business. Insight Enterprises Inc. empowers organisations of all sizes with Insight Intelligent Technology Solutions™ and services to maximise the business value of IT. As a Fortune 500-ranked global provider of Digital Innovation, Cloud + Data Centre Transformation, Connected Workforce, and Supply Chain Optimisation solutions and services, we help clients successfully manage their IT today while transforming for tomorrow. From IT strategy and design to implementation and management, our 11,000 teammates help clients innovate and optimise their operations to run business smarter. Discover more at www.se.insight.com
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Insight was founded in
1988 and has global headquarters in Tempe, Arizona.
We provide intelligent technology solutions - hardware, software, cloud and support services.
We have operations in 22 countries and serve clients in more than 180 countries.
We’re Microsoft’s No. 1 Global Licensing Solution Provider.
Insight offers support in 15 languages.