If its supply chain fails, a business fails too. That’s why supply chain continuity should form part of any organization’s business continuity planning .

Extend risk management and continuity planning across the supply chain

Effective continuity management is the responsibility of every business. Modern business continuity planning approaches – such as ISO 22301 – recognize that organizations cannot operate in isolation. They depend on an extended network of external suppliers and stakeholders. A failure in any part of that network can compromise the ability of the business to achieve its aims.

Business continuity management across complex supply chains presents businesses with significant challenges. They must map and understand those networks through multiple tiers. They must identify and understand the risks affecting each organization and site on those networks, and the logistics and communication links between them. And they must develop effective mitigation, response and recovery plans that address those risks.

DHL Resilience360 supports your organization’s business continuity planning activities by providing the tools it needs to visualize its supply chain, understand the most relevant risks and assess the resilience of suppliers and service providers. Resilience360 takes the guesswork out of supply chain continuity management, allowing companies to take an analytical, data-driven approach that zeroes in on the most relevant risks, wherever they are hidden. During day-to-day operations, Resilience360 enables your organization to improve the effectiveness of its incident response and recovery, providing earlier warning of potentially disruptive events, and enabling faster implementation of contingency plans. The Resilience360 tool also enables companies to collaborate with their internal and external partners and suppliers to ensure the driving of their continuity plans in a quantitative and resource-efficient manner and staying compliant.

Gain a comprehensive, single window perspective on your entire supply chain
Automate and accelerate the task of collecting information on supplier risk exposure and contingency planning
Target audit, risk assessment and contingency planning activity on the areas of the supply chain that present the most significant risks to business continuity
Analyze the performance and risk exposure of individual transportation lanes and supply chain locations
Receive earlier, more accurate information on potentially disruptive incidents and events