Interos has launched a global call to arms for operational resilience as the demand for supply chain risk monitoring increases.
Since the beginning of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, there has been a need to focus on preventing supply chain disruptions. However, unprecedented events like the Suez Canal blockage has put additional pressure on companies of all sizes to gain full supply chain visibility in order to better protect their supplier networks.
Through this program, Interos will monitor global suppliers and business partners for risk across a wide range of factors – financial, operational, environmental, social, governance, geographic, and cybersecurity.
"Supply chains have reached a critical inflection point, and blind spots can have massive implications," said Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO, Interos. "End-to-end supply chain risk visibility is a critical component of operational resilience. Our customers across sectors have made it their top priority -- from U.S. federal agencies, to aerospace and defense, airlines, banking, and insurance companies. This is a Big Data problem that can only be solved through the application of AI and machine learning."
Per Globe NewsWire:
- In February 2021, the company reported continued unprecedented demand since 2019 as platform bookings grew by 354%, recurring revenues grew by 133%, and their workforce grew by 132%.
- The company will launch a multimedia campaign in partnership with strategic and creative agency, Amsterdam Berlin.