The customer needs to be able to evaluate their suppliers and subcontractors who are used in order to cover a number of highly demanding and complex projects.
The offered solution is realized through IBM Maximo.
The company’s project managers and suppliers/subcontractors can be registered in the system.
The suppliers/subcontractors belong to company-customized categories.
Surveys from Supply chain department can be generated, periodically. Every question of the survey belongs to a category (as defined by the customer) having a weighted factor. The supply chain department notifies via email the project managers with a survey for each supplier. The project managers respond to that survey questions with an 1 to 5 point system.
The answered surveys are sent to the suppliers and subcontractors.
The suppliers are able to provide feedback/comments on the survey results and notify the company with these.
Through that process and the production of relevant KPIs, the customer gets a complete overview of the quality and the performance of their suppliers/subcontractors, overall and per evaluation criterion (diligence, technical qualifications, etc).
It can be seen how the quality performance varies over time (increasing or decreasing performance, stable or experiences qualitative variance) so they take relevant decisions.
The performance of each supplier can be seen per project manager or overtime.
Necessary /Functional Cookies
The absolutely necessary cookies are essential for the proper operation of the website. These cookies allow you to browse and use the functions of the website, such as access to secure areas or use the shopping cart. These cookies do not recognize your personal identity and without them, the smooth operation of the website is not possible. Functionality cookies allow the website to remember your choices such as language, etc., in order to provide improved and personalized functions. They can also be used to provide user-requested services, such as video viewing or social media use. These cookies may not monitor browsing activity on other websites.
These are cookies that monitor the way visitors use the website (for example, which pages they visit most often and whether they receive error messages from websites). These cookies are used for statistical purposes and for improving the performance of a website. Marketing Cookies
Targeting and advertising cookies collect information about your actions on the website. They are used to collect information such as the number of visitors, the number of pages viewed, etc., in order to improve the services provided to you, depending on your preferences. In the case of ads, although our site does not feature ads, when you visit a third-party site or social networking site that uses ads, you may see an ad related to our site and one that you have seen while browsing it.