ChainPoint blog

Data quality in supply chain management

By Richard Soomers | June 30, 2022

Some expressions never lose their meaning because they are always relevant. Garbage in, garbage out is such an expression. One that has acquired more relevancy in the age of big data and is only...

Read More

Supply Chain Mapping - Knowing what, where and when

By Juliane O'Hagan | May 27, 2022

Keeping track of your supply chain and all the information related to it seems straightforward enough. In reality, it’s rather complicated. A lot of data must come together from (external) sources...

Read More

Defeating deforestation – upcoming European legislation

By Richard Soomers | April 19, 2022

Are you a European enterprise and do you import or export goods? Then you face some changes regarding due diligence. We are talking about the EUDR; or EU Deforestation Regulation. This impacts a...

Read More

Full transparency or not?

By Alexander Ellebrecht | March 24, 2022

As a standard, you’re on a mission: make the world a better place and show consumers and other stakeholders you are making a difference. By holding an industry to account and making sure practices...

Read More

When (not) to use blockchain in your supply chain

By Geoff Taylor | February 16, 2022

There are a lot of questions and misperceptions about blockchain. Is it the breakthrough innovation we’ve all been waiting for? Or is it still somewhat hyped despite its growing presence?Is it a...

Read More

How ChainPoint helps standards and sustainability systems: SBP

By Alexander Ellebrecht | January 26, 2022

In the past few weeks, we’ve shared insights about transparency, credibility and data management for standards and sustainability systems. We’ve explained how data management helps you become more...

Read More

Efficiency: getting control of your data

By Alexander Ellebrecht | December 20, 2021

Data is a key aspect of being able to improve a sustainability standard or system. Data helps to determine effectiveness. Data management however has the tendency to become increasingly complex over...

Read More

New German administration prioritizes sustainable supply chains

By Alexander Ellebrecht | December 10, 2021

The new German government administration, of which the German Green Party is a prominent member, is highly ambitious regarding sustainability. The plans of the newly formed government highlight this....

Read More

Tomorrow’s solutions are made today

By Johan Zandbergen | December 08, 2021

We at  ChainPoint interact almost daily with standards, scheme owners and sustainability systems. That gives us a unique insight into the challenges they face in securing more sustainable and social...

Read More

UK troubles exposes risks of modern supply chains

By Johan Zandbergen | September 22, 2021

Whether it’s Covid, Brexit or some combination of the two, empty shelves are popping up in large portions of the United Kingdom. Mostly an inconvenience, replenishment of the most important goods is...

Read More

    Recent Posts