Supply Chain Mapping Tool
Research and understand the supply chain of any company to identify, measure and understand their supplier & customer relations.
Monitor your supply chain
Anticipate & prevent disruptions
Keep an eye on your competitors
Why is Supply Chain Mapping so important?
As you know, supply chain management has become crucial for organizations to thrive in this evolving business landscape. That is why the importance of supply chain mapping should not be overstated.
Supply chain mapping provides a comprehensive visualization of the entire supply chain network, uncovering the hidden complexities that could harm or benefit a company’s success.
What is a Supply Chain Mapping Tool?
A Supply chain mapping tool provides complete visualization and understanding of the interconnected network of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and other organizations involved in bringing a product from zero to the consumer.
Use our Supply Chain Mapping Tool for Risk Assessment and Due Dilligence
Our Supply chain mapping tools promote transparency across all supply chain tiers. Using Big Data and AI, you can trace your products back to their origins, identifying every stakeholder involved.
This level of traceability is invaluable for addressing potential issues, ensuring compliance with regulations, and meeting customer demand for ethically sourced products.
- Prevent and predict potential disruptions in the supply chain.
- Optimize the tracking of their assets.
- Understand the weaknesses and strengths of your competitors’ supply chains, suppliers, and customers.
Optimize your operations while cutting costs
By offering a clear picture of your entire supply chain, our mapping tool help you identify inefficiencies, redundancies, and bottlenecks.
The main benefit? You can refine your processes, resulting in significant cost savings and enhanced service delivery (and overall experience).
A tool built for decision-makers
Answer key questions
What are the main components of my competitors' supply chain?
Strength your supplier relationships
By understanding your suppliers’ operations more deeply, your company can develop better ways to forge stronger business relations with your key partners, distributors, and suppliers.
Get valuable insights like:
- How often workers visit a facility (daily, monthly, absolute and averages).
- Visitor classification (worker, resident, visitors).
- Shape and size of the buildings & detailed footprint analysis.
- Workers location during night hours & day hours.
- Frequency of the workers’ visits by day of the week and hour of the day.
- Companies’ locations by relative income level.
- Buildings warehouse potential.
- Truck-like behavior (calculated based on average distance).
- Facilities’ names and addresses.
- Services’ Providers and Goods traded.
Is your company ESG Compliant?
How can you tell if your company is ESG compliant? ESG Data analytics allows investors to find crowdsourced information. Our supply chain mapping tool allows companies to understand how their own supply chain operates. If companies are able to understand their supply chain relationships better, they can find the areas that need additional support.
With ESG alternative data and supply chain predictive analytics, it’s easier to identify the weak spots that might make a supply chain vulnerable. Supply chain mapping reveals the areas that need help and improves ESG compliance. To reach your ESG goals, reach out to us today. We can help you identify growth opportunities and improve your risk assessment processes.
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