01 / Identify risk and plan mitigations
Canopy helps to identify and mitigate risks, flagging potential issues such as non-compliance with regulations, unethical practices, or the minimum standards required for a particular project. If Canopy detects an issue, it immediately notifies you of supplier incidents or non-compliant activity, automatically triggering remedial actions and alerting other business systems. Now you can identify risk and implement corrective measures fast.
02 / Set compliance needs at a macro and micro level
Canopy's risk architecture distinguishes between local market dynamics, such as your business logic, jurisdictional legislation, and site-specific requirements. It lets you quickly verify suppliers for the specific countries, categories, sites, and buildings where they work, right down to the individuals who visit you on-site. Now you can distinguish in detail between suppliers who should and should not be working on a particular project.
03 / Centralise rules and localise decisions
With Canopy you get to define governance models centrally, while granting boots-on-the-ground managers the autonomy to make site-specific supply chain decisions – while still playing by the rules you set. Together, that enables quick decision-making on the ground, alongside quality supply chain oversight. Now your team members can act swiftly without making costly supply chain mistakes.