The process of conducting ESG analytics assessments encompasses multiple steps. Initially, companies collect pertinent data from both internal sources and external databases. This data is subsequently structured and examined utilizing quantitative and qualitative approaches. The ESG assessment entails evaluating environmental aspects (e.g., carbon emissions or water usage), social elements (e.g., labor practices or community impact), and governance aspects (e.g., board composition or executive compensation). Organizations can take up a discovery session to analyze outcomes to identify strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for enhancing ESG performance.