Atos is committed to maintaining a transparent and credible reporting environment that enables us to articulate our strategy, drive performance and maintain a dialogue with our stakeholders to meet their expectations.
This integrated Report has been produced in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards Comprehensive option and is in line with our Registration Document. The overall process and reports have been assured by an external auditor.
Understanding the expectations of our stakeholders
Atos bases its approach to corporate responsibility on a materiality analysis which considers its business activities and the expectations of its stakeholders. This analysis enables us to combine financial and nonfinancial considerations and to prioritize our actions. It allows Atos to focus on those issues that are truly critical in order to achieve the organization’s goals, secure its business model and manage its impact on society.
Atos materiality matrix
Key performance indicators
The following tables set out the main Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
relating to Atos’ corporate responsibility performance in 2018 linked
to its four challenges. The complete set of KPIs is contained
in the Registration Document.
Leveraging a global ecosystem of partners, Atos creates innovative and sustainable solutions to deliver value for clients, while ensuring the highest levels of security and data protection and promoting a culture of digital responsibility.
As a global company, Atos is expected to have strong corporate governance and ethical standards shared along the whole value chain.