The digital path to traceable and sustainable supply chains

Traditionally supply chains were built to deliver at the lowest cost. As a result, traceability and sustainability of the supply chain was incidental. Efficiency ranked higher than both.


As the world moves to a more circular economy, and as both consumers as well as investors and regulatory bodies hold companies accountable for sustainability, it is becoming more and more important to not only make supply chains transparent and sustainable, but to comply with the many laws and reporting requirements that are being put in place. While this may seem daunting, it’s not as complicated as one believes, provided the right digital tools are employed.


This session is designed to enable you to answer the following key questions:

  • In the light of multiple certifications, standards and frameworks, the importance of a configurable and connected digital tool
  • How can we bring in sustainability as part of our vendor management process
  • How to incorporate sustainability certifications into everyday business
    • Chain of custody
    • Pricing and premiums
  • Leveraging digital tools for real time operations as well as predictive and scenario analysis



Shuchi Nijhawan
SVP New Markets and Global HR,

Vaibhav Shetty
Associate Director – Strategy,