Apparel companies are increasingly interested in mapping their supply chain to gain actionable analytics on the externalities of doing business: the costs, the risks, and the impacts that occur between raw materials and product end-of-life. Sourcemap allows brands to  view company-specific metrics and performance indicators on sustainability, social compliance, performance and risk, and create customized cascading Requests for Information (RFI) to collect new information from the sub-tiers of the supply chain.  Through our work with the apparel sector, Sourcemap has developed best practices for companies to quickly and accurately map their supply chain:

Data Audit: See How Much You Know, Benchmark Risk And Performance

Our proprietary data mining algorithms give you instant insight into the known supply chain, including metrics and KPI's such as volumes, spend, inventory, products delivered and on-time delivery / quality / audit results. The results are visualized in interactive supply chain maps that reveal the best/worst performers and dependencies between sites, shipping lanes and products delivered.

Map And Benchmark the Sub-Supply Chain

Make assurances to your shareholders and customers that sourcing is beyond reproach: invite suppliers to complete online RFI's and collect all the data you need in one place. Compliance certificates, environmental performance, social metrics, and operations indicators are just the beginning

Decision-Making: Award-Winning Visualizations And Buyer Dashboards For Instant Answers

All collected data is available at the touch of a button, for anyone within the company to search, filter, and produce stunning reports. Visualize the supply chain, download collected data, produce compliance and audit reports.

I’m very excited to be working with Sourcemap. We are sending online surveys to our fabric and yarn mills through Sourcemap for each material used within a season, and then based on their answers, the supply chain is visually mapped out. This allows us to analyze our materials and metrics in a more dynamic manner, and communicate those supply chains for effectively.
— Megan Meiklejohn, Eileen Fisher