Supercharching Sustainable Supply Chain
“Sustainability focuses on meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.”
Holistic sustainable development isn’t solely around environmental needs, although this is often the assumption and much of the focus for businesses can be around carbon reduction. True sustainability also encompasses social and economic factors in the supply chain.
So how do you balance all of these complex, and often conflicting, needs?
How can you create a viable, equitable, bearable and therefore sustainable business?
We’ve seen our clients succeed in improving across multiple sustainability metrics and their overall business performance. Our software platform supports sustainable management principles and carbon reduction goals across the entire operation.
SourceDogg powers up your processes – enhancing each stage with vital data and simple-to-use templates and structures. We help you to identify, analyse, assess, act, measure and continually improve against your sustainability objectives
Our platform makes it easy to collect vital sustainability and carbon usage data across your business.
With self-service supplier portals, infinitely customisable fields and a cloud-based platform – entering data is simpler and quicker than ever before too.
Turn your data into insight. The SourceDogg platform allows you to add meaning and context to your data.
It’s organised, structured, cleaned and processed ready for your teams to analyse and gain insight into those vital sustainability metrics and identify areas to improve.
SourceDogg unlocks your team’s potential to understand your current situation and start to plan strategically.
This plan to improve sustainability and carbon footprint measures where it’ll really make a difference is rooted in real-life evidence, maximising effective gains and working toward a net-zero outcome.
Time for action.
When you’ve applied the knowledge that you’ve gained through using SourceDogg, our platform also helps you manage and continually evolve your supplier relationships and competencies.
You’ll then see the effect your decisions have had on your sustainability and environmental impact KPI’s