Rubius develops system to monitor financial and ESG indicators
The system gives investors and board members round-the-clock access to information on the company’s state of affairs
Public companies prepare dozens of reports each year for their investors and boards of directors. These reports comprise hundreds of pages formatted according to special standards. Each report takes weeks to prepare, and the data inside is already outdated the day after it’s released.
In spite of that, 78% of investors regularly study such reports to judge the success and social responsibility of a business, according to Ernst & Young Global Limited.
Rubius has developed an online monitoring system that investors and board members can use to find out how a company is doing at any time, without waiting for reports to be published. This helps improve the quality of management, strengthen shareholder relations, and attract investments faster.
The customer is a publicly traded metalworking company from East Asia. In addition to being a Fortune 500 company, it is one of the world's ten largest companies by production volume, and its shares are listed on the New York, London and Tokyo stock exchanges.
The monitoring system features analytical dashboards and is built around an interactive map of the company’s facility. Even an investor who has never been to the plant can use it to get a complete picture of where the company’s money is going.
How the system works
- Accurately depicts the facility and its grounds: workshops, equipment in them, warehouses, roads, and even signs and information displays.
- Visualizes 40+ financial and ESG indicators through graphs and charts: credit rating, revenue, production volume and cost, number of employees and injuries, energy and water consumption volumes, and so on.
- Shows a brief summary of each object on the map: what it is (e.g., a smelting shop, foundry, or sheet rolling shop), the job completion percentage, its working capacity, and whether its equipment is in working order.
- Highlights problematic objects on the map, such as if an emergency has occurred or performance deviates from a target.
Analytical data is imported from MES and ERP systems and displayed alongside objects on the map. It’s up-to-date, clear and accessible from anywhere in the world.
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