Upstream Supply Risk

Everstream Analytics helps Sourcing and Procurement professionals Get in Front of What’s Ahead by enabling our clients to assess and monitor risks that will impact the flow of inputs to their production and distribution networks. We assess and monitor strategic and operational risks to their extended supply networks.

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We Do This By

  • Mapping and assessing risk to our clients’ multi-tier supplier networks  
  • Discovering unknown suppliers and hidden risk concentrations 
  • Mapping the flow of materials and components through the upstream network 
  • Assessing all risks at the material, product, facility, company, country, and network level.  
  • Dynamically updating and alerting our clients to changes in risks  
  • 24/7 Monitoring and alerting to events that will impact our clients’ supply network

This enables our clients to:

  • Assess strategic and operational risks to prioritize investments  
  • Reduce the risk of disruptions to material and product flow and associated revenue loss 
  • Assess and reduce risk during supplier selection 
  • Reduce regulatory risk 
  • Reduce reputational risk 
  • Reduce financial risk
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Our unique combination of forward-looking risk predictors and real-time risk monitoring work in tandem to proactively address evolving threats, enabling you to plan for crises.

Our Sourcing & Procurement Solutions

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Network Risk Assessment & Monitoring

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Supplier Risk Assessment

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Upstream Supply Risk

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Commodity Risk

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Webinar

Are you ready for the new German supply chain law?

By 2023, a new law ‘Lieferkettengesetz‘, will come into effect, requiring German companies to ensure that human rights and environmental regulations are respected throughout their supply chains. Join the webinar on Thursday, June 24 at 4 PM CET, to learn about companies’ obligations for their own operations as well as those of their suppliers.

Note: The webinar will be in German language only.