Facebook icon LinkedIn icon Twitter icon

thinkstep Serves Up Tailored Supplier Engagement With Advisory Services

Date: 06 June 2016

Access This Report

This report is available to Verdantix clients with a Knowledge Service Subscription.

Verdantix clients:

Not a client but want access
to this report?

6 pages

Executive Summary

Multinational firms are facing increasing regulatory and voluntary pressure to gather sustainability data from suppliers. One of the critical challenges is overcoming the fragmented ownership of supply chain EH&S and sustainability issues. Whose responsibility is it to develop and ensure suppliers comply with sustainability expectations? How will suppliers provide verifiable data for the ultimate clients’ sourcing decisions and sustainability disclosures? As a result of the diverse drivers and lack of central ownership, many firms often have varied strategies and needs when it comes to supply chain stewardship. This report helps executives responsible for procurement, supply chain performance, and sustainability programmes to understand how software firm thinkstep provides tailored software, and advisory services to tackle supply chain stewardship.


thinkstep Serves Up Tailored Supplier Engagement With Advisory Services
thinkstep’s Supplier Engagement Suite Integrates GaBi, SoFi And BOMcheck
thinkstep Bolsters Software Capabilities With Advisory Services
thinkstep’s Solutions Allow For Firm-Specific Tailoring To Meet Evolving Needs


3M, Adidas, Agfa, BOMcheck, British American Tobacco (BAT), Bureau Veritas, CDP, CEBDS, Continental, Daimler, Deloitte, Dow Chemical, Dow Jones, EcoVadis, Environmental Compliance For Products (EC4P), ERM CVS, European Union (EU), EY, GE, Innovia Films, Inpro, Interface, International Finance Center, Kimberly-Clark, LG Electronics, Nike, Osram, Philips, Ramboll ENVIRON, RepRisk, Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Schindler Group, Schneider Electric, Siemens AG, Tata Steel, TE Connectivity, Texas Instruments, ThyssenKrupp, Toshiba, Toyota, TruCost, Unilever, Wal-Mart, Whirlpool, The World Bank