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Supply Chain Compliance System

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Supply Chain Compliance System

With the Supply Chain Compliance System, Compliance Solutions offers a powerful, integrated IT solution for the legally compliant implementation of the complex requirements of the new Supply Chain Act (LkSG).

The system can be implemented in your company within a very short time and integrated into your existing business processes via interfaces.


Compliant Supply Chain Act Software

Requirements of the Supply Chain Act (LkSG)

Legislation requires companies to establish the following mechanisms under the Supply Chain Act (LkSG):

Risk management

Risk analysis

Complaints procedure

Prevention & Remedial Measures

Documentation &

The Supply Chain Act Compliance System from Compliance Solutions fully covers these five areas and ensures sustainable monitoring of national and international supply chains.

Effective & economic Supplier Management

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Effective & economic Supplier Management

Whitepaper Supply Chain Act

In our whitepaper on the Supply Chain Act, we have summarized all relevant information on the Supply Chain Act (LkSG) for you. We present how you can implement the “Act on Corporate Due Diligence in Supply Chains” with an integrated LkSG software system and how you can succeed in establishing an effective and economical supplier management in your company with the help of a supply chain compliance software.

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Variations of the supply chain compliance software

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  • Turnkey
  • Quick to implement
  • Best-practice workflow
  • Compliance Solutions Baseline Check
  • Audit-proof case management
  • Risk assessment of the business partners
  • Management summary
  • Standard BI & Reporting
  • Individually customisable
  • Interfaces to other software systems
  • Compliance Solutions Baseline Check
  • audit-proof case management
  • Integrated best-practice workflow
  • Risk assessment of the business partners
  • Management summary
  • Advanced Reporting
  • Workflow adjustments
  • Data Cube

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Further information on the supply chain due diligence act

The German Supply Chain Act is coming

On 11 June 2021, the German Bundestag passed the Supply Chain Act (LkSG):

  • From 2023, it will initially apply to companies with more than 3,000 employees.
  • From 2024, it will also apply to companies with more than 1,000 employees.
Protection of human rights

The Supply Chain Due Diligence Act (LkSG) focuses on the far-reaching protection of human rights in the global economy – a range of topics that can be summarized under the term social compliance.

In the course of global supply chains, there is a risk of human rights violations such as child labour, discrimination, exploitation or lack of labour rights. Another aspect is environmental degradation through illegal deforestation, pesticide emissions and water and air pollution.

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The Supply Chain Act is intended to oblige German companies to better fulfil their global responsibilities.

At the same time, it is also intended to eliminate competitive disadvantages for companies that already voluntarily invest in sustainable supply chain management as defined by the Supply Chain Act.

Entrepreneurial duties of care

With the Supply Chain Act (LkSG), the legislator sets concrete requirements for corporate due diligence.

It implies that companies must analyse human rights risks, take preventive and remedial measures, establish grievance mechanisms and report on their related activities.

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The due diligence obligations of companies basically extend to the entire supply chain - from the raw material to the finished sales product.

The requirements are graduated, in particular according to the ability to influence the perpetrator of the human rights violation as well as the different stages in the supply chain. If there are clear indications of violations, the companies must take action.

Compliance with the Due Diligence Act is reviewed and controlled by the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA) as an external authority. In the event of omissions or violations, it can impose fines or exclude companies from public procurement.