Businesses are seeing an ROI from sustainable procurement practices. Cost savings realized through sustainability programs in the supply chain can be measured and quantified.
4 major limitations prevent onsite audits from driving progress in supplier risk management. But integrating a broader approach alongside ratings & risk mapping delivers performance and value creation
Companies find that solid sustainable procurement programs help improve traditional procurement metrics and cut related costs when supplier sustainability performance is taken into account.
COVID-19 pandemic has tested supply chain resilience to unprecedented levels but risks lurk in supply chains at all times. Lead sustainability performers fare much better during crises and beyond.
The 7 key levers of measurable value creation & ROI that a strong sustainable procurement program delivers - while fighting climate change & modern slavery, and building resilience in the supply chain
How EcoVadis Helps Businesses Manage Supply Chain Preparedness for Pandemics
Committing to purpose and aligning with the SDGs is good for business and society. And improving sustainability performance in the supply chain is key in driving results.
The 2019 Index examines companies’ sustainability performance over the past three years. It provides comprehensive snapshots of nine industries as well as comparisons by company size and region.
See insights into how sustainability is evolving in procurement priorities, and the tools and processes being used to drive tangible improvements and business results.
Modern slavery is difficult to spot. Are you doing enough to eliminate it from your supply chain? This paper summarizes the primary regulatory requirements associated with mandatory disclosure and...
The UN estimates that corruption costs the world $3.6tn a year. Many companies do not have the systems and procedures in place to protect their bottom line or their reputation.
Insights from sustainable purchasing champions at eight U.S. and international companies on how to make the case for investment in your company’s sustainable purchasing program. Whitepaper by SPLC
Indirect procurement can actually contain CSR risks just as harmful as those found in direct materials spend.
While most procurement leaders focus their risk and CSR monitoring efforts on direct spend categories where their expertise, control and visibility are higher, indirect spend is a growing risk.
Study of third-party cybersecurity performance drawn from in-depth evidence-based assessment of the participating companies.
An estimated 100 to 200 companies are likely to be impacted by the law, known as “Devoir de Vigilance” or DdV.
The focus of this study is an analysis of the CSR performance of German companies in an international comparison to companies from BRICS countries, OECD States, the US and China.
Companies that are already reporting in line with the Sustainability Code can enhance their business profile through EcoVadis assessment and vice versa.