How Technology is Helping Organisations Manage Compliance

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Technology is changing the way businesses, and the world, operates at an almost blinding speed, and for many companies the struggle to keep up with the constant changes demanded by new developments can be extremely burdensome.

A simple example in the case of customer-facing assets is the emergence of social media as a platform for sales, marketing and customer service. This requires a new skill set, as well as a reimagining of business policies and processes.

When Non-Compliance Becomes a Public Safety Matter

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A lack of proper compliance standards and systems is always a problem for any business. That’s no great secret. Non-compliant players in a supply chain can cause lowered quality in products, confusion and/or mistrust from the consumer base, delays in inventory deliveries, and more.

While all of these are important and major issues that can – and do – negatively affect business results, none of them elicit the same level of concern and need for immediate action that another three-word issue can: food safety concerns

This article warns about the business and health dangers than can arise from poor supply chain compliance standards.

3 Ways Retail Compliance Officers Can Reduce Potential Problems In Their Supply Chain

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Your supply chain is a huge part of, and more often than not a necessity to, your business. Unfortunately, it can also be a huge liability for your business if your suppliers aren’t vetted properly and if you don’t ensure compliance throughout your supply chain.

Thorough vendor risk management, then, must be a vital component of your compliance strategy.

This article explains ways in which retail compliance officers can reduce potential problems in their supply chain.