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Conflict Minerals – How To Prepare Your Supply Chain (Part 2) [PRO]

By becoming a better-documented, more knowledgeable supplier of parts, components, etc., you are strengthening your competitive positioning. Tying the product and vendor data findings to your CRM solution (both what you have under contract and what you are proposing) to proactively enrich the reporting offered to clients and prospects, you can turn the 3T/G investment into a sales edge.

Conflict Minerals – How To Prepare Your Supply Chain (Part 1) [PRO]

Much has been written about the Dodd-Frank, Section 1502, Conflict Minerals Requirement – an SEC regulation of direct concern to publicly traded companies listed on US exchanges and their immediate suppliers – but not as much about how to actually comply with it. The regulated materials are tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold (commonly referred to as 3T/G) that are sourced from mines under the control of violent forces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or the surrounding countries.