The deal gives Tradeshift customers access to EcoVadis's ratings, which involve the use of corporate social responsibility (CSR) scorecards that help companies to manage risk and promote environmentally beneficial innovations in global business. The partner integrates EcoVadis's CSR Ratings with Tradeshift's global supply-chain platform. According to the companies, buyers on the Tradeshift platform will be able to make better procurement decisions, and see a complete view of the CSR performance and sustainability ratings of their supply chains. In the process, they can uncover risks that could lead to brand damage or supply disruption. Launched in 2010, Tradeshift connects 500,000 companies across 190 countries.
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