Our understanding of sustainability

Our understanding of sustainability is based on the classic guiding principle of the United Nations: The aim is to meet the needs of the present generation without denying future generations the opportunity to meet their own needs. We see sustainability as a driver for improving the environmental, economic and social performance of our company.


Green electricity

Electricity from
renewable energies

Electricity generation in Germany is the main source of greenhouse gas emissions. Electricity from renewable sources can greatly reduce these. Green electricity is the term used to describe energy that is generated from renewable sources. These include wind turbines, hydroelectric and solar power, and biomass.

Green power is also referred to as "clean power" or "green power" because no CO2 is released or other greenhouse gases are produced during generation. Our in-house servers in Rotenburg are powered 100% by green electricity.


Transparent CO2 emissions

The sustainable Azure Cloud

Microsoft has set itself ambitious goals in the fight against climate change. The Azure Cloud is to be operated entirely via renewable energies from 2025. In this way, Microsoft is helping its customers to make CO2-emissions transparent and to achieve their sustainability goals. By 2030, Microsoft wants to be CO2-negative and cover 100 percent of its power consumption with CO2-free energy supply.

A 2018 study by Microsoft shows that the cloud solution is 93 percent more energy efficient and up to 98 percent more carbon efficient than on-premise solutions:





Together for
more climate protection

With this long-term Cayoo project, we want to set an example for nature conservation and environmental protection. We plant one tree for every ten new users.

For institutes with 1,000 new users, 100 new trees are planted!

Planting today for tomorrow and sustainably strengthening our environment is an investment in our own future and in the future of generations to come.

The Corporate Social Responsibility project will be implemented country-specifically, initially in Austria.


Paperless working

Cayoo conserves resources

A hospital with 1,000 beds uses over 700 SOPs, or almost 3,000 pages of paper. This corresponds to COemissions of 16 kg and water consumption of over 700 l. If you use less, you save. So with Cayoo, everyday hospital life is not only safer, but also more sustainable!

In addition to our ecological responsibility, these resource-saving and efficient processes also ensure the sustainable development of our company.


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