With organisations across the world being held more accountable for the labour practices and environmental consequences of the goods and services they procure both by customers and governments, a key question businesses should ask is how ethical is your supply chain, says Tom Janoshalmi.
“I’m a passionate believer of how every supply chain needs to be designed to be resilient and to be transparently sustainable,” says Janoshalmi. He feels that in today’s world, there is a “clear need to have a consolidated, single view of who organisations serve, their business partners, whether that’s customers and suppliers.”
SAP is a German multinational software corporation based in Walldorf, Baden-Württemberg. It develops enterprise software to manage business operations and customer relations. As Senior Vice President in Customer Success Janoshalmi’s role is to look after the next generation cloud delivery programme for a wide range of clients.
“For a supply chain to be environmentally responsible and ethical the company needs to have full control of the end to end processes and not just on paper, but within a system to make sure that the process is compliant with these requirements,” he says.
That is where SAP can help. “We help them realise that goal,” he says.
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