Whether you’re sourcing goods and services from a local SME or a global manufacturer, your organisations exposure to risk, including reputational damage, health and safety breaches and cyber-attacks are now greater than ever before.
In fact, in their 2019 Global Risk Management Survey, Aon plc cited damage to reputation/brand and regulatory/legislative compliance as two of the top 10 risks and challenges organisations are facing.
With growing demand from government, business investors and consumers for businesses to ensure they deliver their goods and services in a more ethical and sustainable manner; supply chain professionals are having to take a more proactive approach in their organisation’s risk management strategy.
In this whitepaper we look at:
Why procurement and supply chain professionals need to develop risk management strategies for managing their supply chain.
What processes and procedures are currently adopted and their effectiveness
The need for a collaborative approach organisation wide when it comes to supply chain performance management
How utilising third-party supply chain management providers and software can not only improve your risk management but remove some of the headache.
Read this whitepaper to learn more about managing your supply chain in the right way and the tools and services on offer to help you achieve in the most effective way.