A complete environmental assessment cannot be reduced to a simple carbon footprint. Therefore, we also include an assessment of water and energy consumption of the entire deployed service
The carbon score evaluates the impact of the service on the emission of greenhouse gases
The quantity of water consumed over the entire cycle, in particular the terminal manufacturing and service use phases
The energy score assesses the impact of the service on electricity consumption.
A sustainable IT will care as much for the environment as for the human being. fruggr therefore adds to its environmental analysis a social score measuring accessibility, ethics and inclusion
The accessibility score calculates the compliance with the international rules of the WCAG
The ethical score measures the ethical footprint and data protection
The inclusion score assesses the compatibility of a digital service on all terminals
The third area covered by fruggr could have been Governance, the “G” in ESG. We do measure it but it can’t be measured automatically. We consider that efforts on environmental and social impacts aren’t that useful if they aren’t part of an overall sufficiency logic
The Technical Sobriety Score assesses the ability of the solution to be maintainable and scalable.
Functional Sobriety Score
The score allows us to evaluate the functional aspect, from the design stage to use.
This score assesses the content sufficiency