The last in a series of three white papers from Michael Lamoureux of Sourcing Innovation, “Five Essential Criteria For Selecting A Supplier Sustainability & Risk Monitoring Solution” is now available.

The first paper “Playing with Fire – The 4 Hidden Risks Lurking in your Supply Chain” examines case examples global supply chains are increasingly exposed to risks that can result in increased operational costs, large losses, and long term damage to your corporate reputation.

Paper two “Why Sustainable Supply Chain Risk Management Cannot Be Silo’ed”, examines the key factors why these preventable losses are still occurring: primarily due to the fact that risk and supplier performance management in many organizations is fragmented. For example, suppliers are either overburdened, overlooked or under-assessed; screening yields false-negatives or false-positives; correlated risks are missed; and efforts are duplicated.

This third and final paper examines the five key attributes to look for in a holistic supplier monitoring solution that can overcome these limitations and help keep your supply chain safe, efficient and creating maximum value.


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