Syniti Gives Back
Data centers account for more than 2% of the world’s energy usage — and that number will rise dramatically in the coming years. We believe in doing our part to make the world a better place through a variety of charitable and volunteer initiatives around the world. These include: charity, crisis relief, advancing health, and professional assistance.
Syniti believes that community-driven education is important. We support STEM, mentoring, coaching and more.
Causes Syniti champions
At Syniti, we are built for stewardship — and not just for data. Our #Synizens are stewards of each other's careers, our livelihoods, our communities, and ultimately, the planet. Here are a few ways in which #SynitiGivesBack.
Cultivating a stronger, healthier future starts at the roots. Syniti is committed to helping reduce the carbon footprint by planting trees for each successful customer Go Live and throughout our growth with each new employee.
Syniti employees help to facilitate the right circumstances for refugees in Greece by building what is lacking in their daily life and helping them build self-determination.
Our service in the news
Sustainablility Excellence Award
Syniti was a finalist for an ERP Today Sustainability Excellence Award for our Syniti Forest initiative (see page 58-59 in linked article).
Growing a Stronger, Healthier Future, Starting at The Roots
At Syniti, we value giving back to our communities, each other, and most importantly, our planet. So today, we're launching a new way to highlight our #Synizens giving back to their communities with #SynitiGivesBack.
#Synizens Volunteering in Singapore
At #Syniti, we believe in accelerating global and human progress, and that includes our #Synizens volunteering throughout the year to make our world a better place. Recently, a group of our Synizens in Singapore gave back to their community with Supporting Willing Hearts where they prepared food for those in need. #SynitiGivesBack
Syniti announce the launch of "The Syniti Forest"
Syniti, a leader in enterprise management, announced the launch of "The Syniti Forest" an initiative to help reduce carbon footprint.
Community Matters Partnership Project (CMPP)
This morning we've been joined by the wonderful folk from Syniti, John Peddie & The Prospect Trust here at Frimhurst to help clear leaves from the grounds.