Inspectorio makes new tool for supply chain compliance

11 Dec '19
2 min read
Pic: Inspectorio
Pic: Inspectorio

Inspectorio is set to revolutionise production chain transparency and accountability by giving brands and retailers a robust new tool, Inspectorio RISE, to evaluate and improve their production networks for environmental and responsible sourcing compliance. The company is a software as a service network platform leader in the inspection software industry.

The Inspectorio RISE module works to enhance environmental, social, and labour transparency for brands, retailers, vendors, factories, and third-party verification companies by providing context and transparency through comprehensive supply chain responsibility and sustainability compliance reports.

Companies already using Inspectorio’s quality control and supplier compliance verification platform are primed to begin taking advantage of RISE’s unparalleled capabilities, while companies just beginning their compliance journey can use Inspectorio RISE to as a foundation upon which to build their programmes, the company said in a media statement.

The RISE module allows companies to execute reports based on industry standards. Companies may also set their own standards based on their organisation’s specific goals and metrics. Inspectorio RISE also offers support materials to help guide vendors through the assessment process with score cards, dynamic and comprehensive reports, charts identifying a vendor’s results against the industry average, and more. Beyond those actionable metrics, RISE offers the option to assign e-learning certification courses on the platform.

Inspectorio partnered with the Social & Labor Convergence Programme (SLCP), the multi-stakeholder initiative that is implementing a converged, industry-wide assessment methodology for collecting and verifying social and labour data to reduce the need for duplicative audits and free up resources to improve working conditions. Inspectorio is now a SLCP passive accredited host following a rigorous testing period. This will ensure that Inspectorio users have the ability to access SLCP verified data and the opportunity to drive continuous improvement initiatives that, through a robust set of analytics, contribute to achieving greater accordance with social and labour requirements.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)

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