Help your business improve supply chain resiliency
As supply chains grow more complex, so do the risks they bring. From credit to compliance, fair trade to environmental, emerging risk in your supply chain needs to be monitored and managed before it hits your business.
Volatility and disruption have sparked changes in supply- and demand-side risk, creating an opportunity to rethink the way supply and procurement strategy deliver resilience and agility for your organization.
Whether your focus is risk in your existing portfolio, or onboarding new suppliers as part of your procurement process, Moody’s Analytics can provide data to help you build a 360-degree view of supplier risk into your monitoring and workflows, making it easier to assess and manage risk holistically – across credit, compliance and reputation.
The right supplier risk management strategy and procurement processes can set you apart. By moving beyond a supplier’s ability to meet their contractual obligations, to assessing their role in your resilience to risk, you can transform your supply chain into a support network for your reputation and profitability.
Manage supplier risk with data, ratings and scores
Over 448 million global entities and 384 million people, including 2.2 million PEPs
Over 316 million companies with ESG scores
Over 135 million quantitative ratings and scores
Over 1.6 billion ownership links, including over 206 million active ownership links
Build a more complete 360-degree view of supplier risk with data
Without full data coverage, you can’t be confident you have correctly assessed your risk exposure. You’ll need holistic data and tailored workflows to identify, assess, monitor and report risk effectively.
Your supplier onboarding and monitoring processes need to measure third parties’ credit, compliance and reputational risk profiles, to help you anticipate disruption and build an agile and resilient supply chain.
Whether you’re assessing risk-specific exposure or reviewing a specific supplier’s practices or connections, our global entity data and workflows can help you build a more complete view of risk in your supplier portfolio:
Listed and unlisted companies
Identifying, onboarding and monitoring suppliers
Six steps to 360-degree supply risk assessment
Tap into a robust database of possible suppliers, in the locations in which you operate
In-depth corporate data
Easily understand complex corporate structures and sophisticated ownership links
News, sentiment and alerts
Get near real-time supplier news and information from reliable sources that can be organized, analyzed, and shared
Ratings and scores
Assess the creditworthiness of suppliers, with credit ratings and scores, credit reports, ESG scores, and other related data
Access data directly through our web-based platforms, or from within your existing platforms via our proprietary connectors and partner APIs
Streamline your processes with our supplier onboarding and monitoring workflows, so you can easily source and benchmark alternative suppliers
Benefits of Moody’s Analytics supplier risk management solutions
Strengthen your supply chain strategy with data and technology to make supplier risk management your organization’s differentiator:
Leverage our holistic data to build a 360-degree view of supplier risk
Collaborate with our workflow experts to assess and report risk exposure in your supplier portfolio
Gain insight into supplier credit worthiness, ESG practices and compliance risks to help safeguard against operational and reputational risk
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