Supply chain mapping is critical for businesses looking to grow through turbulent times, but it's a trickly challenge. With exponentially-growing data as you map from tier to tier, quickly turning it into actionable insights is the key to maximising business value.
At Versed AI, we're experts in multi-tier supply chain data and have built our analytics specifically from customer feedback and direct experience as practitioners ourselves.
We know one of the biggest challenges in business is quickly communicating complex concepts in time-critical situations to enable decisions and action. That's why we've designed our dashboards and analytics to support you with flexibility and speed in mind - through both operational challenges and strategic planning.
Leverage analytics built on our data from our powerful, explainable AI engine which maps supply chains and underpins all of our data as a service offerings too. Quickly visualise and interrogate supply chain maps built from our continuously-growing knowledge graph of over 5 million relationships.
Smart business intelligence uses data tailored to the situation for effective insights. Critically, relevant data in one situation may be noise in another.
We've listened to the diverse needs of our customers, ranging from tackling cyber risks by identifying all suppliers involved in their business to focussing only on direct categories that contribute to their product.
In response, we've developed sophisticated relevance tailoring, which is available to our enterprise customers with consultation on their use cases.
Protect delivery schedules, maintain quality and avoid unforeseen costs from your supply chain. Use multi-tier visibility to identify bottlenecks and diversify your supply chain for business continuity through turbulent times.
Use multi-tier supply chain visibility to pinpoint your exposure to geographic regions and individual suppliers. Proactively mitigate risks by building a diversified and agile supply chain.
Evidence your sustainability efforts to shareholders, combat forced labour, and improve overall business performance with multi-tier supply chain visibility. Underpin reporting for the US Uyghur Forced Labour Prevention Act, UK Modern Slavery Act and Scope 3 carbon emissions with supply chain mapping and analytics.
Demonstrate compliance with regulations requiring mutli-tier supply chain visibility, such as the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act.
Avoid becoming the victim of a hack like Solar Winds. Trace your extended supply chain to identify cyber risks that threaten you or your most critical suppliers.
Evidence robust governance by screening your sub-tiers for bad actors and sanctioned entities.
In today's business landscape, reputation is everything. Don't let your company's hard-earned reputational capital be lost due to risks hidden within your supply chain.
"Months of planning went into the preparation of our risk simulation event. Quite simply, we could not have delivered such a realistic and immersive simulation without the support of our digital partners, including Versed AI, who worked tirelessly with us as we planned every detail of the two day event."
''[Versed AI's technology] gives a depth of intelligence to a level of granularity that we would not otherwise access in a timeframe that is unimaginable, today''
"We have had a positive experience with the data. The initial filter was helpful - from other data sources we had huge amounts of data. I really liked the way the data was structured - helpful and easy to merge with the way we structure our data."
"[This] is 100% going to influence who we audit this year or later next year. I can absolutely categorically say that, as it's adding a much more tailored, bespoke focused approach on the products we are most concerned about as we have the most reputational impact''
''I feel that there are many interesting use cases for your work around supply chains for [us] and our customers... Our technical underwriting team.... expressed an interest... and confirmed that we do not have great visibility of any common supply chain dependencies across our customer bases.''