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Resilinc: Vendor Analysis — Supply chain risk management solution overview, competitors, tech selection tips, analyst summary

06/28/2022 By

In this Spend Matters Vendor Analysis we give an overview of Resilinc, a leading, patented SCRM solution that pioneered its market, and includes supply chain visibility and select ESG monitoring.

Resilinc is a major SCRM solution focused on resilience and intelligence. It provides deep supply chain network modeling (e.g., multi-tier BoM and part-level mapping), risk types, risk/resilience scoring, multilingual NLP, 24/7 monitoring/alerting, surveying and response/recovery workflows. 

Customers can map their entire supply chain down to the site, product and part level to gain visibility so when disruption strikes, they can act quickly. Suppliers can be assessed at the selection phase and put under monitoring for ongoing watch. Therefore, the solution can be used in the context of “Design for Supply” and the ESG/risk coverage it has is extensive and includes human rights and forced labor, which we covered in a recent mini-series on human rights.

So, this Vendor Analysis gives an overview of Resilinc’s capabilities, looks at the competitive landscape, provides tech selection tips, and closes with key analyst takeaways.

Here’s why Resilinc matters:

  • To the market — Resilinc is an established player in the SCRM space with deep ESG and risk capabilities. It also offers differentiated capabilities to monitor orders and prices that are particularly valuable for direct materials management
  • To customers — Resilinc’s customers can have their whole supply chain under constant monitoring while benefiting from an early warning system, covering everything up to commodity prices and PO
  • To potential buyers — Resilinc has a modular offering to ensure business continuity by ensuring that organizations select the suitable suppliers upfront and constantly monitor existing suppliers and markets

This Spend Matters PRO Vendor Analysis gives an overview of the vendor’s capabilities, its competitors, provides tech selection tips and closes with key analyst takeaways.

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