Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) for us is about creating long term value for our key stakeholders — our investors, customers, employees, partners and the environment in which we function
Ansys Ranked as #13 Among 100 U.S. Companies Recognized for Employee Sentiment and Satisfaction
Fast Company Best Workplaces for Innovators 2021: Winner Nominated for Ansys RaptorH
Women of Color STEM Awards: Five Winners Lakshana Mohee, Corporate Promotion of Education; Sujata Bandyopadhya, Technology All-Star; Terri Washington, Technology All-Star; Vidyu Challa, Technology Rising Star; and Eunhee Kim, Technology Rising Star.
Fast Company 2022 World Changing Ideas Award: Winner Nominated for Ansys’ ASME-Based Software Template Accelerates the Medical Device Approval Process
2021 Stevie Award: Silver Award Nominated for Ansys rebranding
2021 Edison Award: Bronze Winner Nominated for Ansys Innovation Courses
Fast Company 2021 World's Most Innovative Companies List: Winner Ansys Discovery
Innovation, inclusiveness, transparency and integrity are key components of Ansys’ culture and values. Building high-quality, innovative products is the core of our business, and we are committed to creating sustainable, long-term value for our key stakeholders: our investors, customers, employees and partners. We are also responsible for sustaining and improving the environment in which we function.
We are committed to having a positive impact on the lives of people and improving the sustainability of the planet through our products and practices.
Practices & Policies
Simulation solutions save raw materials and ultimately reduce our customers’ carbon footprint by replacing physical testing with digital testing and accelerating time to market. But perhaps more significantly, when used as part of the design and development phase, simulation can help Ansys' customers build effective and efficient products that are integral to meeting the environmental sustainability needs of the future. Applying engineering simulation solutions reduces cost, shortens time to market and reduces risk of failure by improving product quality.
Managing a global, diverse, and skilled workforce is a critical part of our business. Ansys believes in giving back to the communities in which we work and reside and in areas aligned to our business through our community relations efforts.
We are striving to reduce the environmental and climate impact of our operations by measuring, analyzing, and reducing our resource use and emissions. We’re committed to reducing our emissions and have set a goal to reduce our scope 1 and 2 emissions 15% by 2027 against our 2019 baseline. We also acknowledge our customers’ expectations of data security and respect for their privacy, as well as the need to ensure business continuity and unwavering adherence to business ethics and integrity.
We will continue to engage with our stockholders, customers, employees, communities, and other stakeholders through feedback, engagement surveys, and by supporting the communities in which we live and work. We believe collaborating with our stakeholders supports our business success.
Ethnic Diversity –
United States (2021)
*Other includes Native Hawaiian, American Indian, Alaskan Native, Pacific Islander, or two or more races.
Our 2021 EEO-1 report can be found here. The EEO-1 report requires the use of job categories that don’t necessarily align with our internal workforce categories; however, we are making this report available. Please refer to our Corporate Responsibility Report, which details our commitment to our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging strategy and supporting practices.
Ansys Simulation Solution Applied to Four Critical Electrification Technologies
Ansys simulation solutions are used by more than 90% of the world’s leading automotive suppliers. As a leading provider of simulation solutions to the industry, in addition to traditional vehicle engineering challenges such as lightweighting and aerodynamic improvements, Ansys simulation solutions for electrification are applied in four critical technology areas:
STEM education remains a key element of our ESG focus. Ansys Hall, a new engineering building complete with state-of-the-art maker space, was inaugurated on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in November 2019.