Tracking human rights and diversity initiatives
Carefully monitoring your supply chain to reduce risk and protect suppliers has obvious benefits for your organization and your global supply network, but for efficiency and accuracy often requires the use of third-party tools. The top tools being used to monitor human rights in the supply chain are Assent, Dun & Bradstreet, and risk methods. The top tool for tracking diversity is Dun & Bradstreet, while other tools mentioned include Coupa, SAM.gov, SBA Dynamic Search, Supplier.IO, and UniTier.
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