Don't just Manage
Supply Chain Risk
Supply chain leaders are now responsible for ethical and climate risk, but lack the time and tools to fix it, and don’t want to over burden their suppliers with long questionnaires. FRDM maps, monitors, and mitigates ESG risks in your supply chain, allowing you to run a responsible and compliant supply chain in line with your company’s values.
Automate Supply Chain Due Diligence Tasks
With comprehensive vendor mapping and risk modeling, the FRDM platform uses your spend data to trace suppliers up to end tiers. Ditch the burdensome hand collection process and quickly identify high-risk trading partners.
Future proof supply chain compliance that adapts to your company’s needs
Meet and exceed your reporting requirements with big data-backed reporting. Get dashboards based on machine learning models to clearly and empirically communicate impact to your board, consumers, investors, trade & regulatory bodies.
Go beyond burdensome supplier questionnaires
When you do good work, you naturally look good. Whether it’s a shipment getting seized at the border or a media campaign coming out against you, FRDM helps you avoid getting canceled. Build your brand on reliable, ethical sourcing to look good, and do good.
three steps to a Responsible Supply Chain
Your Super Power
FRDM enhances your basic invoice level data to map your supply chain without involving your suppliers
Map supply chain risk back the Nth tier and optimize due diligence efforts saving time, resources and reputation
Track supplier progress over time and generate reports tailored to multiple regulatory requirements and ESG frameworks
Compliance As A Service (CAAS)
Here are some of the regulations and requirements FRDM helps you with:
French Corporate Duty of Vigilance Law
Dutch Child Labour Due Diligence Law
Swiss Responsible Business Act
Australia Modern Slavery Act
California Supply Chain Transparency Act
Norwegian Transparency Act
EU Supply Chain Act (Proposed)
USMCA Trade Ban
Withhold Release Orders (WRO)
SEC Climate Disclosure Rule (Proposed)