Digital stakeholder management

Digital Stakeholder Dialog

Meets the requirements of:


Define stakeholder groups, invite them to the survey, and evaluate results. Available in 24 languages, around the clock. Compatible with the EU directive on CSRD.

Set up once, all aboard.

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Digital stakeholder management

ESG-Software for stakeholder analysis

Our Stakeholder Dialog tool allows you to define stakeholder groups and perform stakeholder analyses. Get all ESG topics of the company evaluated. Our Tool is configurable and extensible. Available in 24 languages.


Adapts to your organization

Determine stakeholder groups

Add your stakeholder groups 
One dialog for all stakeholders of holding companies and its subsidiaries.
Adopt or expand ESG topics for stakeholder analysis .



Adapt stakeholder dialog

Optional access restriction, through personalized links or password protection.
Optional contact request, with email confirmation if required.
All 24 EU national languages, for international stakeholders.


Only 1-Click

Go live immediately

Available online immediately.
Invite and remind. With address list of your Stakeholders
Share it on social media campaigns or newsletters


100% compliant

Evaluate results for CSRD

Statistical analysis along stakeholder groups and ESG topics.
Use documentation for sustainability report.
Comply with EU regulations according to ESRS 2.

Talk to an expert

Discover success stories from your industry.

Multiply your response rates

How cubemos helps to increase the response rate

With digital stakeholder dialog, our customers increase their response rates. Invite all stakeholders across sites to participate in your dialog.

Completely online

Invite stakeholders via email

Sustainability topics flexibly expandable

Analysis by stakeholder groups and topics

Available in 24 languages (e.g. de, en, fr, pl, it, etc.)

Include into your materiality analysis

Meet CSRD and ESRS requirements

Splitting into locations and organizational units possible

Role model towards customers and the supply chain

Take a look at stakeholder groups

Stakeholder dialog is a flagship for your company. Here is a list of common stakeholder groups that are often included in stakeholder analyses.
Employees, including management and workers, play a pivotal role in implementing the company's sustainability strategy. They can provide innovative ideas for more sustainable business practices and are often directly involved in the execution of sustainability initiatives. By involving employees, the company can strengthen their commitment to sustainability.
Customers, both end consumers and business clients, are increasingly demanding sustainable products and services. Through dialogue with customers, the company can better understand and respond to their needs and expectations. Moreover, a stakeholder dialogue lets your company appear as a role model.
Suppliers have a direct impact on a company's sustainability performance as they provide the materials and services the company needs. Engaging suppliers enables the pursuit of sustainable practices and the development of sustainability goals together.
Managing directors
The executive team, including board members and top management, is key to implementing the sustainability strategy. They determine how deeply sustainability is ingrained in the company culture. Their commitment influences employee behavior and sets the resources for sustainable initiatives. Their involvement in stakeholder dialogue is essential.
Capital provider
Capital providers, such as banks, shareholders, and investors, are increasingly interested in ensuring their investments are sustainable. They can pressure companies to pursue more sustainable business practices and can also provide financial support for sustainable initiatives.
Competitors are often mistakenly overlooked. Both direct and indirect competitors influence market standards for sustainability. By observing competitors, your company can identify best practices and further develop its own sustainability strategy. Invite your competitors to participate in the stakeholder dialogue.
Media, and politics can exert pressure on companies to pursue sustainable business practices and make their sustainability performance transparent. An open dialogue with the public and media can help to strengthen trust in the company and continuously improve its social acceptance.
Associations, such as industry and trade associations, often provide platforms for sharing best practices regarding sustainability. They can also influence legislative regulations and set standards that member companies should fulfill. Engaging associations in dialogue can help companies better understand current trends and expectations regarding sustainability.
Insurances can assess sustainability risks and encourage companies to minimize these. They can also promote sustainable business practices by including sustainability criteria in their insurance terms. Dialogue with insurance companies can help businesses improve their risk management strategies in the context of sustainability. This is also required in the EU regulation according to ESRS·2 - IRO.
Government institutions, such as authorities, tax offices, and the legal system, set the regulatory framework for sustainability. They can obligate companies to comply with certain sustainability standards and disclose their sustainability performance.

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Successful sustainability management in practice

What our customers say

We exchange ideas with our customers every day. Here's what they say about us and working with our sustainability software:

cubemos enables us to implement our sustainability management in a simpler, more transparent and certified manner - centrally at Software.

Esther Donatz - CEO. Client of cubemos.
Esther Donatz

cubemos helps us as an SME to integrate sustainability effectively and purposefully in the company.

Stefan Weigel Managing Director of wolfcraft and customer of cubemos.
Stefan Weigel
Managing Director

cubemos' system is as intuitive to use as WhatsApp.

Reto Riesen. AVAG Sustainability Manager and customer of cubemos.
Reto Riesen
Division Manager Safety, Quality and Environment

Benefit from the advantages of sustainable management

Active ESG management is a win-win-win situation: For our planet. For society. And for you as a company.

Improved access to the capital market

Secure better financial terms through proof of your sustainability performance.

Stronger employer branding

Use your ESG performance to differentiate yourself from your competitors in the "war for talent."

Higher customer growth

Use your ESG performance for customer retention and to develop new customer segments.

Optimized use of resources

Optimize your use of resources with the help of tailored KPIs and save money.

More positive external effect

Show what really matters to you and the impact you have on our planet and society.

Future-forward management

Use your sustainability data to strategically align and establish new sustainable business models.
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