Published on: Jun 5, 2019 | Written by: Aymori Duncan
As GeSI is evolving and collaborating with other digital industry sectors, E-TASC continues to play a critical role in leveraging data and assessing risks, including financial risk, in the supply chain. GeSI Members and Suppliers collaboration within E-TASC for data collection and sharing, offers topic specific and overall transparency on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) risks in the supply chain.
GeSI Members are continuing with new Supplier on-boarding campaigns and setting up trading relationships within E-TASC. Fellow GeSI Member Dell, an Industry Compass Award winner in the category Innovation with its programme - Innovatively Creating Value From Waste Using Sustainable Materialsls. Dell on an E-TASC working session in June this year shared with other GeSI members its learnings concerning E-TASC. Thank you again Dell for sharing your expertise!
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