Webinar | July 20, 2023
How to Incorporate ESG Compliance Into Your Supply Chain Operations
As senior vice president of market and product strategy at apexanalytix, Danny Thompson is responsible for defining, communicating and leading our company’s software product strategy and roadmap. He works closely with our customers to ensure that each solution helps them meet their business objectives.
Danny has a proven track record in the procure-to-pay arena, with a strong background in ERP implementation, process automation and financial shared services. He previously was vice president of product management at Tungsten Network, a global business-to-business e-invoicing firm. He also is a former global process driver for invoice-to-pay at Pfizer.
Alan is passionate about innovation and has a proven track record of identifying new opportunities and leveraging technology to bring innovative products and services to the market. Alan was the founder of Idera Software in 2000 and developed its flagship products. Idera was later acquired by TA Associates in 2014.
Before joining apexanalytix, Alan held senior leadership roles in technology and energy companies focusing on commodities, logistics, renewables, and ESG.
Alan holds professional CISSP certifications in Cybersecurity. He has a BS in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Austin.
Outside of work, Alan likes to participate in technology challenges and competitions. He was awarded as one of the top finalists of the Google Android Challenges in 2008 and 2010 and has worked with Google on its Android operating system and Google App store. procure-to-pay arena, with a strong background in ERP implementation, process automation and financial shared services. He previously was vice president of product management at Tungsten Network, a global business-to-business e-invoicing firm. He also is a former global process driver for invoice-to-pay at Pfizer.
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) regulatory compliance remains a priority for businesses across the globe, but what practical steps can supply chain leaders follow to convert sustainability initiatives into concrete operational steps?
Suppliers are responsible for more than half of a company’s carbon emissions, and they may also contribute to other ESG risk factors like diversity or modern-day slavery. The lack of transparency in a supply chain can be the downfall of a corporation’s ESG efforts. Therefore, successfully incorporating ESG compliance into a business involves various stakeholders, including supply chain operations.
In this webinar, Danny Thompson and Alan Lee discuss how a company can ensure they have concrete operational steps to meet ESG regulatory compliance in their supply chain lifecycle.
- Overcoming ESG compliance challenges in your supply chain
- How to prepare for future global ESG requirements and disclosures
- Using technology to efficiently identify and rectify suppliers with higher risk than their peers
- Live Q&A to discuss everything ESG