Kinesis’s platform played an integral role in regaining the title of most sustainable property company in the world by Dow Jones Sustainability index 2014-15 & 2015-16.


  • Automated ESG reporting.

  • Streamlined assurance process.

  • Regained GRESB’s & Dow Jones Sustainability Index awards.

  • Single Sign On for 250 users.


Stockland is the largest diversified property company in Australia.

In June 2014 Stockland released a competitive tender for the delivery of a web tool that incorporated environmental, social and financial metrics into a single integrated analytics and reporting platform.

The chosen solution was to replace the functionality of several of their existing platforms including elements of their billing software and social sustainability reporting platform into ‘one single source of truth’. In addition to the standard environmental data collection and reporting functionality.

City of Sydney

City of Sydney

Enabled the City to accelerate its pathway to net zero emissions and track its progress across its community and programs.


  • Technology platform to enable data driven governance.

  • Brought forward net zero emissions target to 2035.

  • Integrated top-down & bottom-up data in one solution to track progress across its community and programs.

  • Environmental analysis and single click reporting.


The City of Sydney has a population of 5.3 million people and is also founding member of the C40 climate leadership group. In 2015, Kinesis was selected to deliver the City of Sydney’s Environmental Sustainability Platform (ESP), aimed at analysis and reporting of city- wide or top-down datasets.

  • Housing and analysis of environmental and land use datasets.

  • Conformance with C40 and GPC Reporting.

  • A methodology to disaggregate coarse top-down data to provide suburb and sector-level insights for programs teams.

  • Tracking against the City’s environmental targets.

Deakin University

Deakin University

Deakin University has been able to establish an emissions baseline from which they have developed a detailed Carbon Management Strategy.


  • Efficiency gains from weeks to hours.

  • Improved data reliability & timeliness.

  • ‘One touch’ NGER reporting.

  • Self-serve unlimited access to emissions reporting.

  • Faster & simplified regulatory & voluntary reporting.


Deakin University is Australia’s eight largest university, employing over 4,200 staff and with over 53,000 students enrolled across their four campuses in Victoria and the cloud (online).

In 2015 Deakin University went to market in search of a software based solution that would help them achieve their sustainability measurement and reporting aspirations, that is, to focus on ‘what matters most’ across their environmental, financial and social sustainability performance.

City of Melbourne

City of Melbourne

Kinesis CCAP Integrated plays a key role in managing the City’s emissions impact. Enabling greater structure & transparency to environmental data, & simplifying complex retailer billing.


  • Delivered methodology to curate scope 1, 2 and 3 data sources.

  • Generated operational efficiency gains via ‘One touch’ NCOS reporting.

  • Centralised data across 500+ assets & 23 supply chain contractors.


City of Melbourne is one of Australia’s largest metropolitan councils by revenue, managing over 500 assets across their 37km² LGA.

In 2013, Melbourne City Council released an RFQ for an Environmental Data Management System to manage and report the energy, water and emissions across the entire portfolio.

  • One touch NCOS reporting and data structure to support a diverse range of scope in 3 emission sources and assist the city in maintaining carbon neutrality.

  • Live performance feeds to assets for community engagement.

  • Workflow and data management enhancements.

Get in touch

Mailing address

P.O. Box Q164, Queen Victoria Building
Sydney, NSW 1230

Email and phone
AU: +61 2 5016 3927
US: (415) 992-9771

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