Enterprise solutions are powerful tools for internal use, but how can technology change the global landscape of compliance and have a positive impact on daily life?
That’s where crowdsourcing comes in.
Crowdsourcing is the process of outsourcing tasks to a non-centralized, distributed group of people working toward a common purpose. It can be a powerful tool when used to allow people to participate in a cause that is both good for business, and rewarding.
A focus of our product development cycle at ethiXbase is finding ways for the greater community to participate in our corporate mission to be pro-business and pro-compliance.
What we’ve learned from talking to hundreds of companies around the world is that they all share a common challenge: How to start and maintain a cost-effective and hassle-free supply chain compliance program?
We think we’ve solved it.
We’ve created an infrastructure where people can support a higher level of global compliance by performing a small act that not only benefits them but their whole supply chain, both vertically and horizontally. And the cost is distributed evenly throughout the entire supply chain.
Each company in our directory is given a unique, publicly available URL showing their certification status. Certified companies are also provided with a number that’s unique to their company, and can be asked for and provided on any vendor onboarding program, due diligence report, or even credit report.
Check to see if your company is certified here.
Harry Cassin is in charge of product development for ethiXbase Pte Ltd. He can be contacted here.
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