Sustainability in the Supply Chain: Procurement's Duty to Act

Sustainability in the Supply Chain: Procurement's Duty to Act

The growing demand for sustainability puts companies under pressure to ensure responsible and transparent supply chains. This white paper delivers insights on what this means for procurement and how to tackle the challenges in order to meet the demands and mitigate risk.

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Procurement Leaders’ sustainability survey, in partnership with Integrity Next, examines the ways in which functions build their sustainability programmes to improve conditions in the supply chain and provide additional value to the business. This report highlights how leading companies work with suppliers, set up their teams, and maximise their resources. From unlocking sustainable cost savings to generating greater revenue, companies have demonstrated that embedding sustainability is a means of improving both top- and bottom-line performance. Procurement executives must plan, invest and restructure the function to realise these opportunities
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From the World Procurement Congress Virtual 2020, here from Larissa Brachvogel of IntegrityNext as she showcases their platform and solution in a practical video demonstration.
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From the World Procurement Congress Virtual 2020, here from Martin Berr-Sorokin, Co-Founder and CEO of IntegrityNext as he showcases their platform and solution in a practical video demonstration.