I want to consolidate my supplier database
To identify consolidation opportunities within your supplier base, additional information and knowledge about your suppliers is needed. This will give you insight into where you can make savings and how you can reduce the number of suppliers.
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Using the extensive international Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud, you can enrich your supplier database with valuable additional information. This makes it clear which suppliers you are doing business with. It could be that you use several suppliers (worldwide) to purchase the same products or services.
Understanding the activity codes (SIC or SBI) of your suppliers can therefore reveal consolidation opportunities. It may also happen that you have entered into an agreement with several sister companies. In such cases, the obvious solution is to conclude a framework agreement to reduce the number of suppliers and to benefit from economies of scale. Insight into group structures makes it clear what your spend is within the total family structure (group-wide). With the Altares Dun & Bradstreet information you will discover opportunities to save on your total spend and create a single central purchasing (preferred supplier) file.
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What can we help you with?
Do you want to make a selection based on the tenders during the pre-qualification of your tendering process? Then information about the financial situation and the possible risks of the parties is very important in order to make a well-informed choice about who you do or do not want to do business with. The Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud gives you insight into the financial situation of 400+ million companies worldwide. Read more.
Using the extensive international Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud, you can enrich your supplier database with valuable additional information. This will provide insight into which suppliers you do business with, and you may discover, for example, that you use multiple suppliers to purchase the same products or services. Read more.
Reliable and up-to-date information is essential in the selection process of new suppliers. The interests and risks are simply too great to trust parties 'with their blue eyes'. You can use the information in the D&B database to identify suppliers (who exactly am I doing business with). You can then map out the associated commercial risks and assess the creditworthiness. Furthermore, the mutual dependence can be mapped out. Read more.
An initial check when selecting a supplier is not sufficient. It is then important to make all changes in risks transparent and to monitor them. This keeps you informed exactly how the risks in your total supply chain are developing. Only with this information can you correctly assess all risks within your portfolio. Read more.
Insight into your supplier portfolio gives you control over the logistics chain and makes it clear where your risks and opportunities lie. You strengthen your negotiating position and identify consolidation opportunities. It gives you the information you need to manage your supply chain effectively and to guarantee the continuity of your processes. The combination of your own data with that of D&B offers you handles for making valuable analyses and management reports, such as a spend analysis, spend cube and spend control. Read more.