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Delivered by QADEX Group, which has a track record in supply chain risk management, our easy-to-use platform engages your supply chain to deliver demonstrable improvements and allows you to map, manage and mitigate risks.
An accurate picture of CO2 emissions can be collected along with KPIs showing activity and engagement with your supply chain to deliver year on year improvements in the sustainability of your supply chain.
In addition, easy to use intuitive dashboards demonstrate progress in delivering science based targets relevant to your business and its supply chain to all stakeholders.
STAR Index ™ delivers information that can be acted upon – ‘actionable insight’ – on the wider risks across your supply chain.
Every supply chain has Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks that STAR Index™ can help you measure, report and mitigate, including additional sustainability risks, modern slavery risks, land & natural asset usage risks that your supply chain may also have.
If you need a consultancy partner to support, visit our partners page to see the growing list of carefully selected STAR Index ™ partners who can support you on this journey.
The STAR Index™ is a methodology for measuring your supply chain risk profile across four key areas. Developed over 12 years, our unique RAG (Red, Amber, Green) rated index measures and benchmarks your supply chain.
The rating is not an exact science, but is offered as guidance and to identify areas for improvement. The rating can be further enhanced by our consulting partners, making use of our consulting partners’ extensive expertise to develop a set of actions using an algorithm based on insights.
Improvement plans can be agreed and managed with each supplier through the platform, generating tangible results year on year, which can be reported to stakeholders to demonstrate progress.
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