What gets measured gets managed. Companies are seeking ways to drive
improvements in their supplier practice.
It takes years to build a reputation, but only moments to destroy it.
Digitization, social dialog and consumer expectations are driving new norms regarding transparency as well as business models, value chains, and product/service life-cycle's - think ‘circular’.
Schneider Electric wants to place itself in a follow-up process with its suppliers by encouraging them to make progress according to the international standards and guidelines.Read their testimonial
Ciena wants to enhance their supplier assessment process with more comprehensive criteria, validated evidence to establish due diligence and the ability to benchmark supplier performance.
Atos chooses their suppliers on one of the most important criteria selection, which is their approach to Corporate Social Responsibility. Atos proceeds with due diligence process, questionnaires and partner with EcoVadis to score their performance.Watch the webinar
Nokia expects their suppliers to meet the high ethical, Labor & Human Rights, and environmental standards as set out in their Supplier Requirements.
Assess 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 & Human Rights, Ethics, and Sustainable Procurement) assessed from 1 to 100.
Download a sample
Not sure why you should have a Sustainable Procurement Solution? Read the latest news to learn more about the associated risks and why you should monitor your suppliers