Challenge:

Achieving sustainability in the supply chain

New legal requirements such as the Supply Chain Act and CSR reporting require suppliers to be screened for social and environmental risks. At the same time, climate protection measures are extending to the supply chain; CO2 is becoming a control variable in purchasing. Without more transparency, companies run the risk of being surprised by new developments.

Solution:

A cloud platform for automated end-to-end processes

Intelligent, standardized self-assessments for suppliers, event-related queries, supply chain mapping, comprehensive reporting – sustainabill minimizes the effort required to check suppliers and creates transparency across the entire supply chain. This allows your purchasing and CSR teams to focus on the essentials.

  • Meet
    due diligence obligations

Human rights

Working conditions

Environmental standards

Product Compliance

  • Know
    environmental impacts

Climate

Biodiversity

Deforestation

Water

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A platform for comprehensive supplier sustainability management

The data collected can be comprehensively analyzed, filtered and exported by time period, product category, company activity and supply chain level.Customized questionnaires, comprehensive certificate management and data queries allow for a quick response when remedial action is required, and our reporting capabilities allow you to quickly create qualified reports for top management and external reporting (e.g. for authorities or the GRI Sustainability Report).

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Identify risks in the upstream supply chain

With the sustainabill mapping function, you can easily cascade enquiries into the upstream supply chain. This allows you to deepen your analysis of specific risk regions and commodities and emissions-intensive supply chains in a targeted and event-driven manner.Our unique technology and visualization enable the detailed representation of supply networks at the site level – both geographically and as a network diagram.

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Automated supplier self-assessments

Our Sustainability Self-Assessments cover all relevant sustainability requirements. We use common and globally recognized standards such as the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the Greenhouse Gas Protocol.Your suppliers’ answers are automatically evaluated and clearly visualized. Your buyers receive alerts, can initiate measures and monitor their implementation.For your suppliers, the use is free of charge, intuitive and simple. Technical terms are explained throughout to maximize the response rate of your surveys.

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Why sustainabill?

Future proof

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The sustainabill cloud platform enables the efficient implementation of sustainability requirements such as those imposed by CSRD and the holistic management of ESG risks.

Automated

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With the sustainabill cloud platform, you achieve an automated evaluation of your supplier data for a fast and efficient implementation of current and future regulatory requirements.

LkSG compliant

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The compliance of the sustainabill cloud platform with the German Supply Chain Act was audited by the renowned law firm Taylor Wessing.

Made in Germany

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Based in Cologne, hosting on the Telekom Cloud in Germany, highest data security and full control over your own data for you and your suppliers.

What our customers say

Industry-leading companies work with sustainabill
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Sustainable supply chains. Why now?

There are many good reasons to consider the supply chain in your sustainability strategy.

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70%

of customers would already pay 5% more for environmentally-friendly products if they provided the same performance as the non-ecological alternatives

75%

of climate emissions originate from the supply chain

>40%

of supply chain emissions can be abated at very low costs

47%

of executives cite supply chain complexity as the largest hurdle to responsibility

50%

of procurement organizations currently monitor sustainability standards of their suppliers

Interview Klaus Wiesen

Blog, Featured

5. January 2023

The importance and future of sustainable supply chains: Interview with Klaus Wiesen 

Read the interview with sustainabill CEO Klaus Wiesen on challenges and solutions for more sustainability in supply chains, the importance of the supply chain for the future viability of companies and how the sustainabill cloud platform supports the implementation of sustainability requirements.

EU-Lieferkettengesetz

Blog

19. December 2022

EU agrees on supply chain law

EU member states agreed on an EU supply chain law on December 1, 2022. This directive represents an important factor regarding the protection of the environment and human rights in the EU and beyond. The directive is a major step for the EU to transition towards a climate-neutral and green economy, as mentioned in the European Green Deal and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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Success

15. August 2022

Success Story with Riese & Müller

Riese & Müller has set itself the goal of being the most sustainable company in the eBike industry in 2025. On its way there, the company uses the sustainabill cloud platform to create comprehensive transparency in the supply chain and to develop suppliers in terms of sustainability. Learn more about the year-long collaboration so far in our Success Story.

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