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Procurement Catalyst makes it easier for you to use our extensive information for supplier risk management. It delivers robust market intelligence and spend and risk reports, in simple dashboards, that add valuable understanding for procurement professionals.
Our comprehensive company information and market intelligence help you identify and mitigate financial and reputation risk and improve your efficiency.
Procurement Catalyst is a dynamic supplier risk platform where your own supplier data is combined with our extensive company and risk intelligence.
It’s a powerful business intelligence tool that helps you spot potential risk quickly and gives you a more transparent view of your existing, and potential, suppliers. It also provides a centralized location to store and manage your procurement data.
See how Procurement Catalyst works
We have information on public and private companies across the globe, including:
Procurement Catalyst shows this information in dashboards to help you monitor risk across your supply base.
*We have lots of experience in helping companies sort out their supplier data. We can help you get greater clarity on your suppliers whatever your current data situation is.
In this video our Head of Governance, Risk and Compliance (UK), Ted Datta, discusses why reputation risk management is of increasing concern to our clients, and how you can establish a risk programme.
Our new spreading tool harnesses the power of machine learning, combined with a human expert to check the output, for super-fast and accurate financial spreads.
Simply upload the financial data in pdf format and get the output delivered seamlessly either in your own ‘private Orbis zone’ or your Catalyst portfolio.
The company’s financials are spread into the standard Orbis financial format, so you can:
This tool is powered by the award-winning QUIQspread™ from Moody’s Analytics. The tool works with Orbis, Credit Catalyst and Procurement Catalyst. It’s ideal if you have financials for a company in more detail than are available in Orbis, or a more recent version has been sent to you directly.