Jose Heftye, Managing Director, Global Insurance & Risk - Marsh I David Wellner, Head of Partnerships, Evident
Supply chain management has never been simple, but in the wake of COVID-19, it is now more challenging than ever.
Coronavirus is severely impacting business operations, forcing organizations to onboard new vendors based on their location and scalability so they can mitigate their exposure to the virus, limit disruption, and ultimately, meet customer demand. Additionally, some industries are seeing such explosive growth during this crisis that they need more contractors for faster fulfillment.
Onboarding vendors and contractors in this new landscape isn’t just about business continuity, it’s about reducing administrative burden, demonstrating regulatory compliance, and managing risk by making sure that vendors and individuals not only have the right insurance policies, but that their coverage is up-to-date so they can participate in a company’s supply chain operations.
In this webinar, featuring insurance and verification professionals, we'll present best practices for onboarding new vendors quickly and safely during a pandemic, and provide insight and guidance on creating automated verification workflows that can help you manage your company’s supply chain risk through seamless onboarding.
- Learn how current events have complicated supply chain management processes, especially among small businesses, and how companies can solve these issues with automated verification
- Discover how remote insurance verification solutions can help you demonstrate compliance, mitigate risk, and help your vendors get access to the necessary insurance coverage to be part of your supply chain operations
- Understand the benefits of implementing strategic and automated policy rechecks for both supply chain vendors and contractors