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Corporate responsibility

House of Control Group develop and sell software, which is primarily used in customers’ finance departments. The operation entails both in absolute and relative terms a limited impact on the climate and the environment. The impact on social conditions is similarly limited, including insignificant use of subcontractors in countries with defined challenges in this area.

So far, we have defined five specific measures:


  1. Reduce travel. Our sales people and our customer success managers have previously made many physical visits to our customers. We now have new policies in place to limit travel to a minimum.
  2. Climate quotas. To compensate for the travel business, we have bought climate quotas. The project we support is a photovoltaic plant in India that produces electric power for 450 thousand people and provides work for 10 people.
  3. Sustainable canteen. In connection with the work of being certified as an Eco-Lighthouse (see below), we have worked with various measures for sustainability in the operation of our canteen at the head office in Høvik.
  4. Recycling of IT equipment. All employees of House of Control are equipped with a PC and mobile phone, and our offices use equipment for video conferencing. From 2022, we will start work to improve recycling when the equipment reaches the end of its life.
  5. Equal opportunities. We will place great emphasis on recruitment, career development and remuneration regardless of gender or other personal characteristics that are irrelevant to the ability to do a good job.
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Gender equality statement 2022

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Concrete steps - Eco-lighthouse

In 2021, the company implemented the work of getting the head office at Høvik certified to the Norwegian standard Miljøfyrtårn (Eco-Lighthouse. org), which sets requirements for the working environment, waste management, energy use, purchasing and transport.

The work with the Eco-Lighthouse certification has so far been linked to improving internal routines for electricity consumption, renewable energy, water consumption and our employees’ working conditions. Experience from the head office will later be used for other offices and business units in the House of Control.

In 2021, the House of Control Group prepared a policy with defined requirements for our suppliers. This policy contains various requirements that our suppliers must document. The requirements are based on the content of the UN’s goals for sustainability.

Miljørapport 2023

2023: Redegjørelse for aktsomhetsvurderinger etter Åpenhetsloven for House of Control AS

Denne redegjørelsen beskriver hvordan House of Control AS metodisk jobber med å kartlegge og vurdere faktiske og potensielle negative konsekvenser for grunnleggende menneskerettigheter og anstendige arbeidsforhold som House of Control enten har (eller kunne ha) forårsaket eller bidratt til, og hvordan House of Control jobber med å iverksette egnede tiltak for å stanse, forebygge eller begrense slike negative konsekvenser. Formålet med denne redegjørelsen er å gi allmennheten innsikt i House of Control sine nøkkelfunn i aktsomhetsvurderingene vi har gjort, og hvilke tiltak som er iverksatt.

Redegjørelse etter åpenhetsloven 2023

Relevant documentsr (included Åpenhetsloven)

If you got questions regarding our compliance with The Transparency Act. Please contact
Several of the below documents are in Norwegian.


Åpenhetsloven - Transparency act

Slik jobber vi selv med Åpenhetsloven i House of Control

Redegjørelse etter åpenhetsloven 2023



Likestillingsredegjørelse 2022

Likestillingsredegjørelse 2021 

Antikorrupsjonspolicy 2022

Menneskerettighetserklæring 2022

Miljørapport 2023


Gender Equality Statement 2022

Gender Equality Statement 2021

Anti-corruption policy

Code of Conduct

Human rights statement