Tech4Good: Innovation where it's needed most

We’re bringing together social and technology innovators, using exponential technologies to build a more inclusive and sustainable world.

"Leading companies have seen this increasingly strong connection between trust and growth, and are looking to advance their businesses in ways that not only meet their business goals, but also benefits people, communities and citizens."

— PAUL DAUGHERTY, Group Chief Executive, Technology & Chief Technology Officer

Accenture Labs Tech4Good program

Our award-winning Tech4Good program applies exponential technologies to address critical challenges facing society and help build a more sustainable and inclusive world. Through our various endeavors, we help drive social change and impact financial wellbeing across the globe.


Innovation stories

Improving financial services adoption

Technology helping low-Income women in India

Accessibility solution for the visually impaired

Improve the way people live and work with AI

Million meals projects

Driving efficiencies in school lunch program

Nature sounds

Hiber Microsatellite & AI for Nature Conservation

The future of health and work

Living well with the power of technology

Million meals pilot with Akshaya Patra

Social transformation using Technology


Latest updates on how technology is helping mankind.

Helping entrepreneurs amplify social impact

Microsoft and Accenture collaborate to provide hands-on support and technologies to social enterprises, helping them to build scalable solutions and business models that can lead to more tangible and lasting benefits for a greater number of people around the world.

World Changing Ideas 2019

Emotional Analytics for Social Enterprises and the Grameen Guru project honored in Fast Company’s 2019 World Changing Ideas Awards.

Tech apps to financially empower women

Accenture Labs and Grameen Foundation India developed apps that help overcome barriers to financial services adoption among i.a. low-income women.

Internet of Birds

Accenture and Bombay Natural History Society Launch Platform that Identifies Birds of India Using Artificial Intelligence Technology.

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