Our software finds and fixes risks in supply chains so you can run a resilient and thriving business
The COVID-19 pandemic & economic crisis is forcing companies to rebuild their supply chains
We'll build you a clean & resilient
that protects people, planet, and profits
We're on a mission
to protect people, planet, and profits with the power of your purchases. We'll transform your spend data into systemic impact and increase your company's value by protecting your values.
We are experts
in technology, human rights, & procurement who are passionate about liberating supply chains with our ground breaking transparency technology.
We build resilience
by enhancing your spend data with machine learning and big data analytics to mitigate risks. We've recently added
COVID-19 supply chain data to help you manage downstream supply disruptions.
we do it
FRDM lets you connect and collaborate with your suppliers. Progress only happens when we work together to ensure fairness and sustainability. FRDM's easy to use diagnostics and tools will help your hit your goals and demonstrate leadership.
FRDM protects your company’s hard won reputation by intelligently remediating non-financial risk in your supply chain. Your impact is clearly measured allowing you to demonstrate impact and meet investor and government requirements such as the Australia & UK Modern Slavery Acts.
This software helps you find where there might be hidden issues. "
“Some of the key challenges for any business in building ethical supply chains are gaining visibility beyond the first tier and being able to overlay information about the inherent risks of certain goods or services against their own purchasing data.
FRDM provides a comprehensive solution to both these challenges, delivering it in an easy to understand dashboard, which gives a visual heatmap of the risks of forced labour and child labour, right down to the raw material stage of any product. It has helped Konica Minolta in Australia to prioritise and direct our efforts so that we can maximise our impact in seeking to respect the human rights and improve the working conditions of people throughout our supply chains.”