How the Cognibox Contractor Management System (CMS) assists hiring organizations in the energy & utilities industry in managing the compliance of their supply chain.
The energy and utilities industry is not immune to the rapid technological innovations of recent years. Companies in the sector continue to adopt different technologies in an attempt to meet the growing expectations of consumers. Not only do they improve the customer experience, they also offer major opportunities to improve operational efficiency.
Cognibox’s supply chain risk management software allows companies in the energy and utilities industry to focus on their company’s primary mission. A key benefit in this highly regulated industry where operating costs are increasing rapidly.
Our solution takes into account the complexity of your organizational context, current and future challenges, as well as the multiplicity and diversity of outsourcing-related administrative and regulatory requirements specific to your industry to enable you to maximize your operations.
Cognibox allows you to better manage risks associated to the compliance of your supply chain.
For over a decade, Cognibox has been helping the world’s most demanding organizations to carry out supply chain compliance management programs. Our experts understand the specificities of your industry and can assist you in implementing best practices in management. Much more than a technology-based solution, Cognibox will help you fully automate contractor risk and compliance management. From qualification and training management to the communication of job-specific requirements and performance evaluation, Cognibox provides a comprehensive solution tailored to your needs.
Energy and utilities industry challenges in contractor and supplier management that Cognibox can help you overcome
See how Cognibox enabled this North American leader to harmonize supplier compliance
Vice President, Operations
“By helping us automate our operating processes, Cognibox enabled us to enhance control over the incoming and outgoing movements of more than 700 contractors. As a result, we exercise greater control over outsourcing costs, while consistently ensuring that we have the right employee in the right place performing a task for which he or she is properly qualified.”