Supply Chain Mapping Tool & Company-to-Company Relationships

Infer economic, logistics, legal and business relationships between companies and facilities within the United States.

Visualize all the tiers and map the supply chain of a company all across the country.

We help you research the supply chain of any company to identify, measure and understand supplier & customer relations.

Transparent and Traceable Supply Chains

With supply chain mapping software, organizations can find the right products and services for their customers. These products and services can reach the customers at the right time and place according to the requirements of the customers.

Our Supply Chain Analytics Suite of Solutions can help your company with:

  • Increase visibility of any multi-tier supply chain, improve planning, procurement and compliance management.

  • Get to know the upstream and downstream operations of your competitors’ supply chain.

  • Detect and measure relations between corporations and between facilities from different companies within the US.

Possible Use Cases & Applications in Different Industries

  • Identify, measure and understand supplier & customer relations.
    • Detect and characterize relationships and connections between specific companies or facilities and between industries within the US. 
  • Recognize and comprehend spatial relationships.
    • Map the logistics and domestic distribution supply chain nationwide or regionally in the United States. 
  • Trace products in any supply chain, analyze illicit networks. 
  • Improve casualty risk assessment. 
  • Optimize supply chain risk management. 
    • Identify not only the first tier of suppliers in the value chain, but also 2nd and 3rd tier suppliers, and more. 

Case Study: Mapping the nationwide Supply Chain of a Foodservice Company in the US

Learn at first-hand the discoveries we made after mapping the supply chain of one of the largest foodservice companies in the US.

Questions You Can Answer with the supply chain mapping solution

  • What other logistic providers my client is working with? 
  • Which are the clients of a specific business?
  • Who are the wholesalers of a specific company? 
  • Which are the distributors that my competitors use?
  • What is the supply chain of my competitors like? 
  • What are the facilities that my suppliers use?
  • Where are the warehouses used by my competitors? 

Other Useful Insights that can be derived from the underlying data

  • How often workers visit a facility (daily, monthly, absolute and averages).   
  • Classification of the visits (worker, resident, visitors).  
  • Shape and size of the buildings & detailed footprint analysis. 
  • Where the workers visits are during night hours & day hours. 
  • Frequency of the workers´ visits by day of the week and hour of the day. 
  • Companies’ locations by relative income level. 
  • Buildings warehouse potential. 
  • Truck-like behavior (calculated based on average distance). 
  • Facilities’ Names and addresses. 
  • Services’ Providers and Goods traded.

Case Studies

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Location analytics for supply chain management

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