Net Zero Cloud case study

We are ready to present our latest Salesforce Net Zero Cloud case study featuring one of the leading real estate agencies in Canada. With the expertise of our developer Ivan Zubarevich, we were able to deliver exceptional results, leaving the client beyond satisfied.

The Client
The client is a top 50 real estate agency in Canada which helps it's clients to rent, buy and sell properties in 100+ cities across all 10 provinces of Canada.


The company aims to reduce its Greenhouse Gas Emissions improving the livelihoods of local communities and preserving biodiversity and wildlife. There is a need to track information about company's emissions, organize and classify it, store and make forecasts for the future. This requires a single source of truth about the company's energy consumption and a clear audit-ready emissions database. There should also be a user-friendly analytics system for creating clear and visual reports.

The Vimera team implemented Salesforce Net Zero Cloud with CRM Analytics and Advanced Forecasting to help the company develop a climate action plan.

We categorized emissions in accordance with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, which establishes three scopes of emissions depending on the control emitters have over those emissions, to help the company better understand the sources of emissions and the greatest opportunities to reduce them.
What have we implemented?

  • The Scope 3 Hub to automate supplier emissions tracking by helping the company to efficiently track and take action of full emission chain.

  • The Carbon Credit management to help the company to find and purchase carbon credits from ecopreneurs.

  • The Water management to help company form clear water footprint and calculate intensities and variances.

  • The Carbon Accounting system with predefined datasets to help sustainability managers to quickly load specific versions of datasets with the most relevant data.

  • We set up an analytics system and made it possible to create customized reports and dashboards with CRM Analytics.

  • Faster and more accurate data management.

  • Standardized data organization and reporting.

  • Better visualization of emission sources

  • A single data source allowing to receive relevant, up-to-date and valuable analytics?

  • Switching from gas to electric heat sources reduced around 4,5 tones CO2eq per quarter.

  • According to forecasts, the company on its way to reduce over 25,000 tones of annual Greenhouse Gas emissions and save over $3 million in annual utility costs.