Assent Compliance is a leading provider of cloud-based software and managed services for supply chain data management, empowering companies to manage their physical supply chain risk and regulatory compliance. Based in Canada with offices around the world, including operations across North America, Europe and Africa, the company provides software solutions for over 300,000 clients and suppliers in regulated product industries, such as aerospace and defense, automotive, electronics, and medical devices. Using advanced technologies, the Assent platform helps companies abide by product compliance regulations (REACH, RoHS, Proposition 65, etc.), corporate social responsibility mandates (human trafficking, anti-bribery, conflict minerals, etc.) and vendor management programs (trade compliance, code of conduct, supplier diversity, etc.), while reducing operational, legal, and reputational risk created by complex third-party supplier networks. Its supplier- facing portal helps clients collect and validate critical regulatory and operational data from their third-party supply chains. Assent’s mission is to drive transparency between businesses for shared, responsible stewardship, allowing the company to play a vital role in making global supply chains safer and more ethical by enabling compliance and due diligence. As a signatory to the UN Global Compact, Assent takes action within its own operations to be a responsible global corporation.
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