- December 4, 2013 4:36 PM
Vroozi is a name to add to the list of those appearing to start in a very targeted area (which they’ve since branched out from), but could in fact shake up the broader sector if they get things right. Vroozi's roots seem simple: providing a lightweight, easy-to-use alternative P2P shopping and requisitioning experience with significant focus on integration into supplier catalogs and general catalog management (i.e., think about P2P built around managing supplier data and you’ll get the point). But Vroozi is more than this – much more.
- December 4, 2013 3:10 PM
Yesterday, we included in our news round-up a story from the San Francisco Chronicle about California’s attempt to weed out forced labor from the supply chains of companies based in the state. It’s a massive undertaking, no doubt, and passed two years ago, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act is just beginning to make strides. The legislation requires that companies with at least $100 million in sales disclose how they’re monitoring the working conditions throughout their supply chain and how their suppliers are obeying codes of conduct. So far, some 600 California companies have at least minimally complied.
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