As supply chains become increasingly globalised and disparate, it is now crucial that organisations take responsibility for their supplier relationships. Suppliers are increasingly seen as the responsibility of the buying organisation, with client and customer expectations, supply chain legislation, and resulting supply chain risks constantly evolving.
One of the most publicised and immediate impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic was and still is, the impact on supply chains. Everything impacted supply chains - from the restrictions being placed on the movement of people and the ways in which goods could be transported, to the human impact of the virus that meant it became more challenging to produce goods and deliver services.
However, despite growing stakeholder pressure, many companies still do not have visibility of the compliance, risk and potential negative impacts in their supply chains. Collecting, managing, analysing and reporting data across your supplier network is possibly the most impactful way of creating a more sustainable supply chain and ensuring supplier risk and compliance is managed effectively.
Greenstone enables you to collect primary data from and engage your suppliers through its award-winning supply chain sustainability software and support services. Greenstone’s SupplierPortal platform provides highly customised supplier management through:
Intuitive, secure Software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform enabling responsible supply chains. Enables the collection, management and reporting of primary supplier data that can be converted into carbon emissions data to ensure clients have an accurate and responsive scope 3 emissions inventory.
If you’d like to discuss our supply chain sustainability software in more detail, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. We are proud to be working with a number of organisations to enable responsible supply chains, and partner with our clients to help them achieve their sustainable supply chain goals. You can read up on our client success stories here.
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