Effectively manage your responsible purchasing policy
Regularly question your suppliers and subcontractors on the topics that matter to you and consolidate the answers to give substance to your responsible purchasing strategy:
- Meet any applicable regulatory requirements (duty of care law);
- Reduce your risks by having a better knowledge of your suppliers.
- Build a win/win relationship with your suppliers and co-create value with them.
- Manage your CSR objectives with your suppliers.
Simple and efficient project management
Tennaxia® Suppliers Performance Software Deployment
The Tennaxia® Suppliers Performance deployment process is fast, simple and perfectly secure.
Phase 1: Setup
System measurement for any type of organization and for any type of extra-financial indicators (text, numeric, multiple choice, attachment, …) and customizable questionnaires.
Phase 2: Collection
Collection of operational data of all types at various frequencies as needed.
Phase 3: Reliability
Reliability of data entry and robust data validation process (text, numeric, multiple choice, attachment…).
Phase 4: Consolidation
Carrying out calculations which have been previously seen and validated with you and allow multi-axis consolidations taking into account changes in your organization.
Phase 5: Visualization
Access to a wide variety of reports, especially in “data visualization” (analyses, summaries, graphical reports…) to allow you to share information, make decisions and act.
100% auditable and secure system.
By your side every step of the way
To ensure the success of your project and the proper deployment of the solution, Tennaxia’s teams support you every step of the way!
Customer Success Manager
Your CSM is responsible for setting up the tool and ensuring that it reflects your organization and your strategy. It can even assist you in defining your indicators (input controls, validation workflow, etc.) but also throughout your reporting campaign of your suppliers: monitoring the progress of data collection in real time (and reminder of the various interlocutors) analysis of the data entered “over time”, management of requests for justifications …
The team of software consultants is at your disposal for all your technical questions.
Training your teams
We set up a global management of user training according to their profile (contributor, validator and approver). We are at your side to organize these training courses (invitation management, registration follow-up, etc.).
To go further
The expertise of consultants
Do you need support in choosing the indicators to take into account when evaluating your suppliers? Would you like to be able to choose and quantify relevant objectives according to your organization and its challenges? Do you want to integrate this assessment into a more global CSR strategy?
Our team of consultants is at your side to give you the means to effectively define, implement and manage your commitments in terms of sustainable development and CSR.
Who is affected by
The duty of care
The duty of care is an obligation imposed on ordering companies to prevent social, environmental and governance risks related to their operations, but which can also extend to the activities of their subsidiaries and business partners (subcontractors and suppliers). In France, it is the law of 21 February 2017 that frames this duty which aims to ensure that the respect of human rights by large companies and in particular multinationals is taken into account.
It concerns French companies that employ at least 5,000 employees in France and those with more than 10,000 employees in France with their headquarters elsewhere in the world. They must establish and publish a vigilance plan to prevent risks to the environment, human rights and corruption on their own activities but also those of their subsidiaries, subcontractors and suppliers, in France and abroad.
The duty of careis enshrined in the major international reference texts intended for multinationals.