Identifying and Investigating Supply Chain Risk

In this tense climate, managing supply chain risk is more critical than ever. Supply chain professionals leverage Bloomberg’s transparent data and sophisticated tools to uncover risk and negotiate better positions with suppliers. On March 1st, tune in to see how Bloomberg’s industry-leading platform for news, data, and analytical tools, provides purchasing professionals with the insights needed to deliver cost savings and security to their global supply chains.

March 1, 2017
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Exploring the Supply Chain
In addition to financials and industry based data, Bloomberg identifies actual business relationships between companies. Supply chain professionals use SPLC<GO> to explore multiple tiers of their own suppliers and those of competitors.

SPLC<GO> provides a visual map of a firm’s supply chain, allowing you to quickly understand relationships between firms and examine any dependencies that could directly impact your supplier risk exposure or teaming strategy.

Reveal Federal Contracting and Subcontracting Relationships
In addition to 10-K disclosures and investor presentations, we maintain the industry’s largest database of government contracts. Government data is inherently disorganized and misreported. Bloomberg’s expert Government Contracting Analysts clean and organize this data, revealing valuable prime and subcontracting portfolios.

Perform Due Diligence on Teaming Partners and Suppliers
Seasoned supply chain professionals know it’s not enough to simply map a supply chain. When a particular supplier poses a risk, you need to be alerted. Bloomberg’s data, news, and tools detect a wide variety of risk and provides leverage in negotiations with company and contact library, financial and risk profile, litigation review and a company risk dashboard.

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