Our Sustainability

Sustainability at our Core

Sustainability is one of Cority’s Core Values that also inlude: Integrity, Quality, Community, Diversity, Customer Centricity. Specifically, Cority holds Sustainability to mean that, “We strive to conduct our work in the most sustainable way possible, making responsible decisions that set our people, our planet, and our business up for long-term prosperity,

Cority's Roots in Sustainability

For over three decades, Cority has supported organizations working to create a safer, healthier, and more sustainable world with its Occupational Health, Safety, and Environmental solutions. From our founding as an occupational health software provider in 1985 to today’s EHS SaaS solution, we’ve never stopped innovating to give our customers more – data, visibility, accountability, collaboration and results.

With the recent additions of both the Sustainability Cloud, as a holistic product offering, and Sustainability as a Core Value, Cority is furthering its commitment to conduct its work in the most sustainable way possible, making responsible decisions that sets its people, its business, and the planet up for long-term prosperity.

Sustainability at our core
Sustainability Report

I am excited to see the impact this increased focus on sustainability and responsible business practices has on Cority, our employees, our customers, and the community around us.

Mark Wallace
Cority President & CEO

Sustainability Committee

Krystal Traux

Sustainability Committee Chair

Roy Raghavan

Data Auditor

Aliza Hasham

Outreach Coordinator

Chris Michie

Corporate ESG Manager

Jessica Warrings

Systems Administrator

Yasmin Mohammad

Outreach Coordinator

Our People

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Sustainability Highlights

Visible Minority

46% Visible Minority & Female Movements and Promotions

Internal Movements

48 Internal Movements and Promotions

Hours of Volunteer Time

6,600+ Hours of Volunteer Time Supported by Cority for its Employees to Give Back to Causes Each Year

Calm, the #1 App to Help you Improve your Health and Happiness.


Working From Home

Continual Improvement

Continual-Improvement / Alignment / Training (SKO & Leadership summits)

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Like minded partners

At Cority, we are committed to sustainable and environmentally friendly practices in all of our events. That’s why we partnered with Hilton, a hotel chain that shares our values and commitment to sustainability. Hilton has implemented several sustainability initiatives themselves to help make our event as green as possible. In addition, our vendors were asked to partake in our efforts as well. There were several partners that only had materials available via barcode scanning and no plastic swag to give out.
Like minded partners
Reduced environmental impact

Reduced environmental impact

  1. Zero individually packaged meals and plastic water bottles
  2. Reduction in single-use cups
  3. Swag and goodie bag were ethically and sustainably sourced
  4. Selected venues for our off-sites were within walking distance to reduce the amount of shuttles required
  5. Donations where made to a local non-profit organization

Featured Sustainability

Sustainability Cloud

Cority helps organizations ensure their data is accurate and auditable with its robust sustainability and ESG solutions.

Sustainability Awards

Environment + Energy Leader Awards Cority Top Product of the Year – fourth consecutive year winning.

Sustainability News

Cority Acquires ESG Performance Software Platform and Consultancy, Reporting 21

Ryan Magee

Chief Financial Officer

Ryan Magee is the Chief Financial Officer at Cority. Since joining Cority in 2012, he has supported Accounting and Finance department, ensuring that Cority is on solid financial ground, while building a platform for growth and expansion. In 2014 Ryan began supporting the Human Resources and Legal departments as well. Ryan also leads Cority’s Corporate Development and post-merger integration initiatives. He was pivotal in the acquisitions of regAction and IQS in early 2017. A CPA, CMA, Ryan has over a decade of experience working in the Software and Technology industries where he has helped many companies scale and grow. Ryan’s most recent position before joining Cority was Director of Finance at Redknee Inc.

Mark Wallace

Mark Wallace

President & CEO

Mark is CEO of Cority Software Inc., a Toronto-based, award-winning, global SaaS company. Under Mark’s leadership, Cority’s revenue has grown consistently at a compounded rate of 25%. The company has grown in employees from 29 when Mark started in 2003 to close to 400 employees today. It enjoys an industry-leading profit margin. In 2016, Cority raised capital with Norwest Venture Partners, Georgian Partners, and BMO; in 2019 Cority raised capital from software specialist Private Equity firm Thoma Bravo and with Norwest again stepping up as an investor. Mark was a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2017 and 2018. Previously, Mark was Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary and a member of the executive management team of AT&T Canada Corp. Mark is a graduate of St. Francis Xavier University, where he recently completed 10 years on the Board of Governors, including four as Chair of the Board. He received his J.D. from the University of Victoria and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Mark is active in mentoring young entrepreneurs and has served on several other not for profit boards.

Stephen Molen

Stephen Molen

Chief Revenue Officer

Stephen has held several progressively senior Sales leadership positions with Navex Global, Clinicient, and Viewpoint. Stephen was a key part of the team at Navex Global that grew the company to $200 M in revenues. Stephen’s original company, EthicsPoint, was acquired by Navex Global along with three other companies. Stephen was a key part of the team that integrated the sales teams and companies. During Stephen’s 2+ years at Viewpoint, they grew revenues from $100 M to $200 M, growing EBITDA margin from 30% to 50%. Stephen’s sales team grew net new sales bookings from $6 M to $30 M, at which point Viewpoint was acquired by strategic investor, Trimble. Stephen has worked with Private Equity firms Vista, Riverside, Catalyst, and Bain Capital and with his companies’ Boards of Directors.