Leading with the confidence of robust analytics

Our Mission: 
Offer the world’s most insightful sustainability enterprise platform
Founders Craig Cammarata and Yann Risz constantly faced the same frustrations as their clients: sustainability reporting software solutions were too high level to effectively develop mitigation strategies. Existing solutions did not provide specific insights into the industrial and agricultural processes needed to reduce environmental impacts such as carbon emissions, especially in the supply chain.

There was a time when reporting emissions was “good enough”— until it became “not enough” once companies started committing to targets like Net Zero. High level reporting and missing financial integration made it impossible for suppliers, customers, product development and other critical stakeholders to effectively collaborate and identify the strategies to reach targets like Net Zero.  

So, in 2015, Craig and Yann joined forces to meet the ever-changing needs in this space. Filling the gap between granular product Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) software and corporate reporting software required a fundamental bottom-up restructuring and integration of financial data. This took four years and by 2019 AITrack was born. AITrack is an industry disrupter that remains unique in the market. 

Once launched, demand grew primarily by word of mouth, allowing the team to focus entirely on product development rather than marketing. As a result, over the past several years, we’ve been rewarded for our commitment to innovation and are honored to count many of the world’s largest companies as long-term clients.

The AITrack Difference


Good for high level reporting
but limited insights for how to
reach targets, particularly
regarding scope 3 emissions;
no financial integration.

Good for individual product
assessment but cannot scale
up to the corporate level to
provide detailed impact
accounting across the
value chain; no financial

1) Generates the granular insights
needed to reach targets like
Net Zero, at scale.
2) Provides the financial integration
needed to align incentives between
product development, finance,
procurement, suppliers and
customers—the stakeholders
essential to achieve
such targets.
The Aligned Incentives team did not innovate in a vacuum. In fact, we are honored to benefit from the support and collaboration of some of the most recognized leaders in life cycle assessment:

Professor Michael Hauschild

Professor at Denmark Technical University.
Prof. Hauschild is a globally renowned leader in life cycle impact assessment. His long list of achievements includes winning the SETAC Europe Edana Award for Lifetime Achievement in Life Cycle Assessment—2018, being Co-Founder and Director of the DTU Centre for Absolute Sustainability—2022, being Chair of the SETAC-Europe task force on Ecotoxicity Assessment in LCIA—1998 and 2002, and Chair of the UNEP/SETAC Life Cycle Initiative Taskforce on Assessment of Toxic Impacts in LCIA from 2002-2007 and 2017-2019. He is also a Member of the Editorial Board of The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment.

Dr. Scott Matthews

Former Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University.
Dr. Matthews has spent much of his career developing tools and methods to help support and teach about decisions that span economic and environmental aspects of product life cycles. He led the development of Carnegie Mellon’s widely used Economic Input-Output Life Cycle Assessment model and recently published a freely available university course textbook on LCA (www.lcatextbook. com). He has served as chair of the Committee on Sustainable Systems and Technology with the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, member of the advisory board for the EPEAT Green Electronics Standard, and on the Executive Committee for the American Center for Life Cycle Assessment. He is a member of the US National Academies Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology (BEST) and has served on several NAS study committees on energy and sustainability.

Dr. Greg Thoma

Director for Agricultural Modeling and LCA for the AgNext program at Colorado State.
Dr. Thoma is a leading scientist in agriculture, farming, and land use. Dr. Thoma has spent his career focusing on the application of chemical engineering principles to solutions of difficult environmental problems, and his experience includes work at the laboratory, greenhouse, and field scale, as well as mathematical modeling, both deterministic and probabilistic in nature. In 2003, he was appointed to the endowed Bates Teaching Professorship in Chemical Engineering. His past experiences also include being the inaugural Director of Research for The Sustainability Consortium and the Director of research for the University of Arkansas Resiliency center.