Supply Chain Transparency
SHARING IS CARING - HOW EVERYBODY WINS
KNOWING SUPPLY CHAINS - IMPROVE CONDITIONS - MANAGE PERFORMANCE
Supply Chain Transparency requires cooperative business activities. A significant increase in public demand and a growing demand for knowledge about product components and materials, where products come from and under what conditions they were produced, underline the need for supply chain transparency for sustainable business. Without transformation, loss of competitiveness will follow. Supply Chain Transparency supports a fast and efficient response in a changing environment.
It is helpful to first get an overview of your specific situation and answer important strategic questions, such as:
- What does our supply chain management currently look like?
- Where is there potential for optimisation in our processes?
- Which supply chain goals are beneficial for our company?
HOW TRANSPARENT IS YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN?
- reliable dataflow
- database - traceability
- analysis & corrective action management
- individual supplier ranking
- orders placement
- purchasing guidelines
- supply chain visibility
- marketing strategy
- internal information management
- integrated reporting mechanism
Among the many sustainability policies European governments have made supply chain transparency and its ability to manage the value chains more effectively, identify and address labour and human rights violations and environmental impacts, a priority. It is therefore to be expected that transnational regulations will follow in addition to the already existing recommendations and guidelines.
Supply chain transparency is a road to responsible and sustainable business practices. Take it with the right tool – one that is optimized exactly on your demands to share and control your dataflow.