Implementing a global software application to monitor corporate, partner, and supplier compliance to multiple standards moves virtually all supply chain leaders into unchartered water.
Management needs to know what CommonView is (What problems does it addresses and resolve?), whether or not it will reduce risk throughout the supply chain (Are resources assigned to address risk?), is it economical to implement (How much will this cost us?), and, importantly, will it work (What are the odds of implementation delay and failure?).
Please take the time to check these users...
ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB)
ANAB assesses and accredits certification bodies that demonstrate competence to audit and certify organizations conforming to management systems standards… in other words the certify certifiers. They use the jadian software engine, the same as would be used for your organization.
NQA is one of the largest and most respected ISO registrars in the world with over 26,000 clients in over 75 countries. They also use the jadian software engine, the same as would be used for your organization
Dubai Municipality (United Arab Emirates
Public Health and Environmental Departments Dubai Municipality has more than 15,000 staff working in 32 organizational units. All inspections (English or Arabic) and managed and executed on a risk-based allocation using the jadian software engine the same as would be used for your organization
After you see the CommonView demonstration, contacts can be provided for user references.