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Supply chain & procurement
Procurement and supply chain decisions are when small actions can have major consequences.
Not just financially, although minor cost reductions can quickly make a significant impact, but selecting an unreliable or risky supplier can lead to business interruption or adversely affect a company’s reputation. When you are overseeing supply chains and supplier relationships that span continents, in places where information can be thin on the ground – Diligencia can help.
Our verified legal entity data in the Middle East and Africa allows you to confirm your supplier’s registered details and then screen for sanctions, PEPs and adverse media – all available via ClarifiedBy.com
Supplier credit risk
Building on our corporate data we can compile credit reports on entities based on your supplier’s financial health, track record and relationships with other entities in the region
Supplier sustainability and ESG assessments
We can provide a deeper level of analysis to include a supplier’s ethical profile and performance against environmental, social and governance benchmarks
Select your suppliers from our database and the frequency of updates, and we will monitor for events and changes to fulfil your ongoing supplier monitoring
Read more about how we’ve approached some of our clients’ challenges.
Supply chain management for the defence industry in the Gulf
A European multi-national aerospace, defence and security company needed to source trusted data on entities in the Gulf and approached Diligencia for two main reasons: firstly our proven ability to retrieve, standardise and place in context information on entities in the MEA region; and secondly our responsiveness to the client’s specific requirements.
Supplier investigation in Egypt and the UAE for a global commodities trader
A global commodities trader via its law firm was preparing to take legal action against a grain provider in Egypt. We were engaged to identify the subject company’s background and track record, its network of associations and ultimately its assets in Egypt and further afield.