Is something hiding in your supply chain?

By on 12/10/2021 | Updated on 12/10/2021

With current issues around lack of HGV drivers, low CO2 stocks potentially interrupting meat supplies and consumers and businesses alike being hit with what feels like a last-minute hike in their gas prices, early warning signals and visibility is more important than ever before.  

This is compounded by Government procurement and compliance teams having to deal with an increasing variety and faster pace of change in the supply chain.   Onboarding suppliers to meet targets; such as small to medium size enterprises, and third-party risk exposure, not to mention potential changes to consider environmental, social and governance (ESG), in the tendering process.

To help you to stay on top of these issues and proactively manage supply chains, Dun & Bradstreet shares a government department’s solution to these problems. A solution that provides deeper and more insightful views through linking data across departments for a less siloed view, and ESG innovation.

Help your department to bring supply chain blind spots into the spotlight with Dun & Bradstreet.

Complete the form below to download the Dun & Bradstreet – Resolving Procurement Challenges, White Paper.

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