When a multi-service agency that helps preserve the advantage of key US security organizations from commercial and economic risks wanted to harden and protect its supply chain, it turned to Craft. US Government department decision-makers needed access to the best possible intelligence and information around potential geostrategic risks that present challenges to Department of Defense (DoD) equities, and threaten US interests and national security.
For this report, we spoke to some leading authorities in sustainability to get their viewpoints on the dos and don'ts of sustainable procurement. How can we create a sustainable, circular economy that's good for business and, more importantly, for the planet? Hear from the experts from Bayer, P&G and United Airlines.
The world’s four largest professional services consultancies - Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) – are known collectively as ‘the Big Four’. Increasingly, technology is at the core of everything the Big Four does, and that includes data analytics services. One of the Big Four’s German-based divisions wanted to create a data tool that could serve both the consultancy and its clients and deliver valuable insights on a variety of business sectors and users.
Innovation is critical in the pharmaceutical sector, and today the industry is more active than ever before with new innovators and startups on the playing field, as well as large established pharmaceuticals. When the Consumer Health team at a leading pharmaceutical firm wanted to research appropriate companies to partner with, it deployed Craft’s Portal to gain market intelligence, competitor insights, and scan the market for new startups and consumer health products and services.
When one of Asia’s most prominent utilities and energy providers wanted to improve the way it sourced suppliers, it turned to a Fortune 500 professional services company for help. Visibility over the market was key for the utilities firm, so its professional services provider partnered with Craft to deliver the complete supply chain intelligence solution.
In 2018, the aerospace and defense company identified a need to improve its visibility and monitoring capability across its global supply chain of more than 30,000 unique suppliers. The company was aware that threats emerge rapidly from anywhere within the supply chain with the potential for substantial disruption and loss; and these risks were not identified with static data. When the leading US aerospace and defense company needed critical data, insights and analytics at high scale, it selected Craft.