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Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) at Dynatrace

Our commitment to a more sustainable future through transparency and accountability.

Our programs

We're committed to making a positive global impact today and will continue to assess and enhance our ESG strategy and disclosures to meet the needs of our stakeholders moving forward.

Here’s where we are and where we’re headed.

People, culture, and community

Our people are our most valued asset, and our focus on fostering an inclusive and supportive environment drives our culture and helps us attract, retain, and invest in the development of our employees.

People working together at Dynatrace.
Our priorities

Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging

Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) are critical to our mission to provide software intelligence to simplify enterprise cloud complexity and accelerate digital transformation.

Innovation is integral to our sustainable success at Dynatrace. Because we recognize that unique perspectives and individual life experiences will foster creativity and agility, we endeavor to create a supportive environment that allows everyone to contribute and perform to their maximum potential. We all share an unquenchable curiosity, which continuously drives us to innovate and push boundaries.

We’re committed to a workplace where all employees and customers feel valued and respected. We welcome diversity in all forms whether it be gender, race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation or identity, education or disability, and more. We strive to create an inclusive culture where individuality is valued and integrity is deeply embedded in everything we do.

To further our goal of being a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace, we have launched a DEIB Advisory Board dedicated to this mission, including but not limited to establishing strategy focused on increasing diversity and representation from all backgrounds and identities company-wide, and unconscious bias training for employees and managers.

We acknowledge that we have a lot of important work to do to broaden our gender and ethnic diversity. We believe transparency of our current representation in these crucial areas is a critical first step. At the end of FY23, women represented 25% of our global employee population and 26% of our U.S. employees were from underrepresented ethnic and racial backgrounds. Approximately 52% of our employees were based in Europe, Middle East and Africa, approximately 37% were based in North America, approximately 8% were based in Latin America, and approximately 3% were based in Asia Pacific.

Recruitment, retention, and talent development

We’re committed to attracting and retaining a diverse and talented group of individuals by nurturing an environment of teamwork, collaboration, and continuous feedback.
The industry is rapidly evolving, and staying on the forefront means giving employees opportunities for personal and professional development. From sales training to technical, software, and skills education – online or in-person – we’re committed to providing clear paths to growth.

See our Careers page for a description of all our core values and a list of current opportunities.

Community service and volunteering

Giving back is in our DNA. Dynatrace employees have the opportunity to participate in our volunteer paid time-off program and work with charitable organizations they’re passionate about. Additionally, our regional office locations host volunteer days with valued local organizations.

Environmental sustainability

Environmental sustainability

Minimizing our carbon footprint is important to our customers, employees, and shareholders. We’re committed to protecting the environment by monitoring and managing our business operations to better understand and continuously mitigate impact on the environment.

Our priorities

Recycling IT equipment

We strive to reuse or recycle 100% of our corporate IT equipment (computers, phones, etc.) across all our global office locations, and follow international guidelines for disposal of electronic waste. Asset recycling is completed through our third-party vendor, Dell Technologies, whose asset recovery services follow all local guidelines for asset disposal.

Sustainable workplaces

We have offices in more than 60 locations in over 30 countries around the world. To date, local Dynatrace teams have led our real estate-related environmental initiatives. In FY23, we started the process to standardize our environmental policies and bring more centralized operational efficiencies across our office locations.

Several of our facilities around the world are powered by 100% renewable energy. 15% of our total energy consumption in FY23 was from renewable sources. In FY23, we switched to 100% renewable energy contracts for Dynatrace offices in Austria and Spain. We lease all of our office space, and we prioritize space in buildings certified by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) or a local equivalent. Our Vienna, Austria office is LEED Platinum certified, and our new Dynatrace office in Denver, Colorado, which opened in April 2023, is on track for achieving LEED Gold certification.

Minimizing our footprint

We believe that initiatives to reduce the carbon footprint of our operations not only help sustain our planet, but also help our customers who are looking to measure and reduce their own carbon footprints and those of their supply chains.

Measuring and tracking our carbon footprint are foundational steps in our environmental strategy. In FY23, we conducted an inventory baseline analysis of our GHG emissions and energy consumption. The data below provides insights into our environmental footprint in FY23 — our baseline year.

FY23 greenhouse gas emissions (by scope)


Metric tons CO2E

% of total emissions

Scope 11



Scope 22



Scope 33






  1. Scope 1 emissions are direct emissions from sources that our company owns or controls. Our Scope 1 emissions consist of cooling (refrigeration), natural gas usage, and other energy usage. We lease all of our offices and do not have operational control over those facilities.
  2. Scope 2 emissions are indirect emissions from our use of purchased electricity and steam. Our calculation of Scope 2 emissions uses location-based accounting. Location-based accounting reflects the average emissions intensity of grids on which energy consumption occurs in the areas where we operate.
  3. Scope 3 emissions are all other indirect emissions (not included in Scope 2) from our upstream value chain.

Corporate governance

We built our business with honesty and integrity at the core, and know that comprehensive governance is a critical factor in ensuring long-term success.

Corporate Governance
Our priorities

Code of Business Conduct and Ethics

Our culture of integrity starts with our Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (the “Code”) that summarizes the ethical standards to which we hold our employees, directors, and officers.
We review our Codes on an annual basis.

All employees receive the Code upon joining Dynatrace and complete an annual training and acknowledgment process.

Corporate Governance Committee

The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee of our Board of Directors has oversight over Dynatrace’s ESG efforts, as reflected in its committee charter.

For more information, please visit our Corporate Governance site.

Data security and privacy

Keeping our customers’ data (and that of their customers) protected is critically important. It’s why we continuously evolve our technology and invest in data protection, including certification to relevant industry standards for data security and privacy. See how on our Trust Center.


  • Environment

    Code of Business Conduct and Ethics

    The ethical standards we hold ourselves to.

  • Corp gov

    Corporate Governance Guidelines

    The structures and procedures of our Board of Directors.

  • Person

    Human Rights Policy

    We respect human rights and the dignity of all people.

  • Frame

    Supplier Code of Conduct

    The ethical standards we extend to our vendors, contractors, and consultants.

  • Notes

    2022 ESG Materiality Update