GlobalLogic Receives EcoVadis Silver Certificate for Sustainability

This award confirms the company’s commitment to ethical, responsible and sustainable practices

San Jose, California, June 08, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)– GlobalLogic, a Hitachi Group company and a leader in digital engineering, announced today that its global efforts in sustainability have led EcoVadis to be awarded the “Silver” certification. Compared to other technology services companies, GlobalLogic ranks 27 percent higher. This achievement demonstrates GlobalLogic’s commitment to its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) initiatives, and the support it provides to clients in pursuing their sustainability goals.

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GlobalLogic, a leading digital engineering company, has been awarded a Silver status by the renowned sustainability rating organization EcoVadis, confirming the company’s commitment to ESG initiatives. (Graphic: Business Wire)

GlobalLogic promotes a culture based on principles of sustainable development: environment, social capital, corporate social responsibility (CSR); Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). In addition, the role of digital engineering is rapidly evolving today to enable organizations to make digital experiences sustainable, equitable, and inclusive. Software technologies will power next-generation solutions, which will create new business opportunities, while promoting the collective good of the planet and humanity. To achieve this, EcoVadis is an important step in codifying the position and practices related to sustainable development at GlobalLogic.

“As a trusted partner to many of the world’s largest companies, we are part of their ecosystem. Thus, their ambitious goals around sustainability, linked to their products and services, have also become our goals,” said Joshua Abramson, Director of Sustainability, GlobalLogic. “The EcoVadis Silver Certification represents an important milestone in our ongoing efforts to deliver sustainable business that benefits both our customers and society. We will continue to implement practices that advance these goals.”

Since Hitachi’s acquisition of GlobalLogic, the company has joined one of the world’s most successful sustainability initiatives among the world’s leading companies. Hitachi considers the Sustainable Development Goals, set by the United Nations, to be of paramount importance towards achieving a sustainable society, and improving people’s quality of life.

EcoVadis is one of the world’s most trusted providers of corporate sustainability ratings, making it the most appropriate independent group to evaluate GlobalLogic’s performance in the field. Her study rigorously assesses sustainability initiatives across four categories: environment, labour, human rights, ethics and sustainable sourcing. EcoVadis requires detailed documentation and proof of all checked standards.

About GlobalLogic

GlobalLogic ( is a leading digital engineering company. We help brands design and create innovative digital products, platforms and experiences for the modern world. By integrating strategic design, complex engineering, and data intelligence, we help our clients imagine what’s possible, and accelerate their transition to the digital business of the future. From its headquarters in Silicon Valley, GlobalLogic operates design studios and engineering centers around the world, providing its extensive experience to clients in the following industries: automotive, telecommunications, financial services, healthcare and life sciences, manufacturing, media and entertainment, and semiconductors and technologies. GlobalLogic is a subsidiary of the Hitachi Group doing business as Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE:6501), which contributes to a sustainable society with a better quality of life by driving innovation through data and technology as a social innovation enterprise.

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