Introducing a cost effective supplier risk management platform. Gather key supplier information and supporting documentation, then have it reviewed and verified by in-country experts. The result is a comprehensive risk assessment that lets you focus on next level action.
How does our desktop assessment work?
Product quality, safety and sustainability are the key elements of a strong supply chain, but finding a way to ensure these areas are addressed in your supply chain is a big challenge. We’ve designed a revolutionary supply chain desktop assessment solution that gives you the ability to collect supplier compliance data in multiple categories, assign unique risk-scoring attributes to each assessment, and get real-time risk KPI’s. Our system prompts suppliers to upload supporting documentation when needed, creates a risk profile for each supplier and allows for third party review and commentary on each assessment.
What's our advantage?
Instead of complex self-assessments that increase supplier fatigue, our system is designed to create user-friendly environment for suppliers. Through ease-of-use and 24/7/365 engagement, we’re able to get our customers the data they need, without creating stress on their suppliers.
Desktop Assessment Categories
Choose from standard templates that assess the above categories, or customize your assessment. The program is flexible and designed to get you the data you need.
Risk Management Platform
Unique Supplier Risk Profiles
Each supplier that goes through the assessment will have their own risk profile. You’ll be able to analyze their assessment scores, view supporting documentation, and review 3rd party commentary.
Peer-to-peer supplier benchmarking
Have one specific area you’re trying to improve? Filterable reporting gives you the ability measure your supply chain on unique segments like forced labor or health and safety.
Location-based Risk Analytics
Identify the locations of high risk in your supply chain. Geographical insights give you advanced analytics and can optimize field audit preparation.
Optimize Your Audit Strategy
Most companies audit their suppliers once a year. Wouldn’t it be better to optimize your audit strategy by auditing the high risk suppliers every 6 months or more and the low risk ones less often? By using a desktop assessment that highlights high risk suppliers using data that is verified, you know where to focus your field audit efforts.
Reduced onsite supplier disruption
Advanced risk management analytics
Reduced total audit costs
Improved quality performance
Centralized compliance documentation
Data-driven risk protection
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