Onboard Third-Parties & Vendor Portal
Supplier Portal : One View of Internal & External Vendor Data
Get 360 insights with a centralized repository/database of your existing Suppliers/Third-Parties with essential supplier data, including their contracts, contacts, financials, subcontractors (4th Parties), sites, past performance & balanced scorecards.
Build a robust & comprehensive supplier profile by aggregating & enriching profile with critical supplier company data, financial metrics, market data, ESG data, and news & updates by integrating external data sources like D&B, FMP, InsideView, Ecovadis, and more.
Get complete view of the Vendor’s organization structure with flexible hierarchy. So no matter how complex your vendors organization structure is, you can rest assure that you have a complete view and can continuously track compliance.
Onboard prospective suppliers for initial risk assessment and generate initial supplier risk score and tier. Evaluate prospective suppliers for business and regulatory impact before signing the agreement. And since the onboarding process can be automated with workflows, you can get the most out of your vendor relationships.
Compliance Screening (Sanctions & PEP)
Ensure that the suppliers comply with AML/CTF regulations with automatic Sanctions Screening (for individuals, entities, or countries) & Politically Exposed Person (PEP) Screening with a list coverage including major watchlist (UN, EU, DFAT, & OFAC) and other government & law enforcement lists powered by external data feeds like Dun & Bradstreet, NameScan, and more.
Create and manage key contacts for suppliers with essential contact data, including role, department, phone, email, and more.
Enlighta Spice Can Also Be used for
Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM)
Supplier Performance Management
Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM)
Governance & Compliance Management (Obligations Mgmt.)
Supplier Financial Management
Enlighta Solutions are used & trusted by Leading Enterprises
Used across 10s of thousands of suppliers & third parties and for well over $50B of spend by several F500 enterprises.