In today’s connected world, the reputation of your company depends on the practices of everyone you do business with. SupplyShift provides a cloud-based platform to seamlessly gather intelligence about your partners and put it to work to strengthen your business.
Consumers, shareholders, and stakeholders demand supply chains they can trust. Succeed in transparency and responsible sourcing by tracking progress and measuring impact.
Lack of visibility can damage your company’s reputation, customer loyalty, stock market valuation, and, ultimately, revenue. SupplyShift gives you the tools to assess and mitigate risks while driving progress.
Trace suppliers and materials all the way to their source. Cascading surveys can be forwarded to every tier in the supply chain, and supplier relationships are mapped in real time.
Track chain of custody to ensure that suppliers meet industry standards. Implement and manage certification systems and continuous improvement programs for private and non-profit sectors.
SupplyShift is purpose-built for compliance verification in any sector, and it supports field audits through our offline mobile application. Custom scoring can be used to instantly show supplier ranking.
80% of a company’s value exists off the balance sheet. Get deeper insight on any non-financial factors that matter to you to enhance your brand value and drive customer loyalty. Make information and dashboards available easily to your staff and your suppliers.
Use industry standards or proprietary means to assess your supply chain.
Automate supplier enrollment and accelerate response cycles.
Choose private or network data to collaborate and share.
Highest standards for account and data security.
Get instant insight with dashboard builders and customizable analytics and reporting tools.
Supply chains no longer fall into the traditional, linear framework we’re familiar with. Today, we’re operating within a complex global supply network, where the practices of your business partners have direct and profound impacts on your company’s reputation. Numerous companies have derived surprising and unexpected benefits through supply chain engagement, and have avoided negative publicity associated with a lack of transparency in their supply chain. Patchwork first-tier email assessments, followed by disjointed processes for analytics and reporting, won’t cut it anymore. Companies need to adopt new technologies and priorities in order to stay on top of the evolving nexus of consumer awareness and supply interconnectivity. Your business exists in a network, your data should too.