Supply Chain Impact Reporting and Managment

What we offer:
Open to discussing a range of options for measuring and managing a sustainable supply chain. We offer software and services for hotspot analysis, supplier analysis, tier analysis, and internal reporting by organization- annually, quarterly or monthly. We also offer external reporting for CDP, GRI, Dow Jones, etc.

In-depth product life cycle analysis and Environmental Product Declarations (EPD’s) are also available along with general sustainable supply chain advisory services.

For companies that wish to delve deeper into sustainable supply chain, we offer natural capital accounting and climate change risk analysis.

Products or Services:
  • Building Materials/Supplies
  • Consulting/Professional Services
  • Food Service
  • Furnishings
  • Office Supplies
  • Spend Analysis
  • Standarts Development
  • Other We are always excited to learn about challenges facing any manufacturer that is planning or implementing a sustainable purchasing strategy.

Service Area:
Our services and software is best used by manufacturers of goods or by large retail stores. We have also worked with local governments.
Our general focus is on US manufacturers typically with global operations.
We have experience in many industries including automotive, construction, general manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, transportation and office products.

Supplier Designations:
  • Veteran-owned Enterprise

Substainability Performance Goals:
We offer environmental accounting, reporting and analysis services that form the basis for a well-managed comprehensive sustainable supply chain strategy.

For companies just starting, we help by enabling the customer see their whole environmental footprint and identify areas for focus or reduction.

For companies implementing, we help by measuring and incorporating reductions achieved and with public reporting to agencies such as CDP.

For the most sophisticated companies, we provide financial valuations of the ecosystem services that are consumed by supply chain activities. This natural capital accounting can answer questions such as what is the ‘real cost’ of supply chain services and which ecosystem service consumed is the highest cost to the planet?

Primary Contact

Chris Erickson

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