Sub-Tier Visibility

Visualize your sub-tier supply chains with confidence.

Build Supply Chain Resilience

Collaborate across your organization and with your suppliers to proactively mitigate risk.

Sub-Tier Visibility

Map Sub-Tiers
with Confidence

Gain access to verified sub-tier relations to individual site levels. Understand flow of materials and goods to and from your suppliers.

Extend the Benefits of Collaborative Technology

Suppliers gain immediate visibility into risk in their own supply chains. Such risk insights help increase transparency, reduce financial risk and demonstrate risk management for their stakeholders.

Sub-Tier Visibility
Sub-Tier Visibility

Identify Sub-Tier Risk Before It Becomes Critical

By gaining visibility of risk throughout multiple tiers of your supply base, you can react faster and reduce the costs of mitigating risk.

Build Visibility Beyond Just Tier 1

More than 75% of companies have only tier-1 visibility. However, every 2nd supply disruption originates from tier 2 or below. Only if you know where the risks are, can you create resilient supply networks.

Sub_Tier Visibility
Sub-Tier Visibility

Share Risk Mitigation Activities with Stakeholders

Improve relationships with customers and suppliers to help improve resilience and business integrity efforts.

Explore Other SCRM Capabilities

Benefit from purpose-built solutions with a seamless connection.

Risk Intelligence

Effective SCRM involves monitoring millions of data sources for emerging risks. In global supply chains, the task is beyond human capacity. Risk Intelligence leverages the power of artificial intelligence to monitor data around the clock.

Mobile & TV Apps

Whether you want to see your supply chain on the big screen or the small screen, Sphera SCRM Apps have you covered.

Impact Analyzer

Impact Analyzer helps you to minimize the business impact of risk by assessing suppliers’ criticality and detecting vulnerabilities at the category level. Adding impact dimensions like revenue and spend allows you to assess the extent of damage that a potential supplier failure could have on the supply chain. This also helps you select the suppliers that are best for your business.

Action Planner

Action Planner helps you collaborate across your organization and with your suppliers to orchestrate the tasks needed to both proactively and reactively mitigate risk. Use pre-built and customizable action plans, so you can quickly take action before incidents become critical.

Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment automates supplier and third-party assessment processes, enriches evaluation of risk scores and integrates survey results into business partners’ risk profiles. Our versatile supply chain assessment tool simplifies supplier qualification and monitoring, improves data accuracy, reduces manual data collection and closes the risk feedback loop.

Compliance Incident Management

Compliance Incident Management (CIM) captures all relevant incident data. CIM comprehensively checks your supply chain for compliance-related violations and can be customized with company-related specifics. This enables you to monitor supply chain incidents that may violate regulatory requirements or internal sustainability goals and put you at greater financial or reputational risk.

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How to Build Supply Chain Resilience

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Building Collaborative Supply Networks

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Supply Risk Network – a trusted hub

Effective sub-tier visibility is predicated upon accuracy. Companies that work with their suppliers achieve transparency and create an advantage that is hard to beat.

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55% call out tier two and beyond as source of disruption.

Best practice for motivating business partners to disclose risk-related information is to seek third-party information and provide technology as an incentive. This encourages direct partners to manage their own ecosystems and share the data you need.

According to boards of directors, the top priorities for increased investments include supply chain ​composition (52%), business continuity plans (43%), and managing and incentivizing suppliers ​(41%).

There is a desire for solutions that facilitate more valuable supplier interactions, with 38% of respondents investing in better supplier collaboration.

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