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Supply chain management tool relaunches after trial

Supply chain management tool
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Compliance Chain has relaunched its construction software platform after a six-month trial.

During the test period, 60 contractors and more than 100 public sector organisations signed up and managed over 300 projects.

The platform has been developed in collaboration with framework providers, public sector organisations, contractors and subcontractors. The core functions allow an effective and transparent way for all project stakeholders to manage their supply chain, project performance, and social value delivery in one place.

As well as providing a wide range of business opportunities to subcontractors and suppliers.

The platform is free to public sector organisations and fulfils requirements of PAS 91.

Compliance Chain was created after requests from the industry to develop a modern and user-friendly platform that combines supplier compliance, financial due diligence, project reporting, and social value delivery into one cloud-based system. 

Suppliers and subcontractors can join free at Bronze level to demonstrate their compliance and become visible to hundreds of principal contractors and clients searching for suppliers. Morgan Sindall, Kier, Willmott Dixon, and BAM Construction are among some of the 60-plus contractors using Compliance Chain to manage their projects and supply chain.

‘Completely transformed’

Robbie Blackhurst, director of Procure Partnership Framework, said: “We have been using Compliance Chain to monitor projects across the entire framework and have found it has added to our business offering and completely transformed the way we monitor, support and celebrate our clients’ projects. 

“The platform is easy to use, with intelligent reporting tools that allows our clients to track social value, project delivery and supply chain management across hundreds of high-level projects at one time.”

Adam Cochrane, operations manager of Compliance Chain, added: “After conducting extensive market research with project stakeholders, we found although there are platforms available that monitor supplier compliance, project performance and social value delivery, a platform does not exist that combines all these functions into one complete solution.”

Public sector client organisations, principal contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers can sign up online and book a demo at

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