The app effect: How BT snowballed climate action in its supply chain using mobile technology

Madeleine Cuff
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The app effect: How BT snowballed climate action in its supply chain using mobile technology

App of the Year winner at the BusinessGreen Technology Awards, BT's Supplier Assessment Tool replaces time consuming face-to-face consultations with tailored online advice

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