Taking you responsible sourcing program beyond compliance to Creating Shared Value
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Environmental and social performance are almost everyday at stake. Choosing the right supply partners is crucial to avoid supply disruptions and regulatory drawbacks. A consistent, scalable monitoring program can minimize exposure to CSR risks.
Stakeholders’ pressure is no longer on compliance to environmental and social requirements in the supply chain. Improvement and progress on the CSR/ESG performance is now the top priority. A collaborative monitoring program can help mutualise the CSR/ESG performance with your supply chain
CPG brands need to own sustainability and transparency. It’s not enough to tweak the makeup of a core product – brands need to prove the transformation to their customers. The challenge - identifying the key suppliers to drive sustainable innovation.
Evaluate and monitor CSR practices of suppliers and 3rd parties and engage them in continuous improvements to drive performance and innovation.
The scorecard shows you the CSR performance of each supplier on 21 CSR indicators grouped in 4 themes (Environment, Labor/Social, Fair business/Ethics, and Supply Chain) rated from 1 to 100.Download a sample
The Benchmark tool allows you to compare one supplier to others within the same purchasing category or within the same country.
This section provides more details and insights into the 4 theme scores. For each theme the company evaluated is assigned Strengths (positive elements of the CSR management system) and Improvement Areas (elements that need to be improved).
This collaborative tool helps with developing Action Plans, a starting point for an effective dialogue between buyers and suppliers on actions taken by the supplier to improve their CSR performance.
The Dashboards allow you to monitor performance, track improvements, manage your coverage, and deep dive by geography, sector, or activity.