amee is pleased to announce that it has signed a partnership agreement with NQC Limited, the leading provider of supply chain engagement solutions, to provide environmental data estimations for its supply chain management products
Under the terms of the agreement, amee will provide NQC with carbon emission estimations which NQC will augment for use in NQC’s supply chain management products.
NQC is a secure web-based engagement system which enables businesses to assure their supply chains and deliver lasting sustainable developments to wider society. The system covers a full range of sustainability considerations including environmental, social and economic policy areas as well as industry specific standards and codes of practice.
NQC has extensive experience of delivering supply chain management solutions and services to some of the largest global corporations and government organisations. By partnering with amee, NQC will be able to provide users of its product an additional layer of environmental information, enabling them to assess the environmental risks associated with their supply chain.
In due course, amee will expand its data provided to NQC to include Scope 1, 2 and 3 Emissions, as well as waste and water estimations for NQC’s supply chain management products.
Tim Murphy, CEO of amee, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with NQC. They have an enviable track record in supply chain engagement and we are pleased to be providing environmental data that enhances the insight their products can provide.
As the benefits of environmental data are recognised in the procurement process, amee is increasingly engaging with government departments and corporations, and our work with NQC and their supply chain management products is another example of the growing trend within supply chain management”.
Charles Morrison, Managing Director of NQC, said: “We are excited to be collaborating with amee. By aggregating data and working with our partners such as amee we are able to provide sustainable and efficient products which engage with suppliers and help reduce the impact on supply chains. This is a great and much needed achievement that will benefit both our businesses and society over the longer term”.