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During this round table discussion with a panel from across the industry, we discussed:
Certification provides a mechanism for helping to establish visibility into your networks and building stronger relationships with suppliers, with standards as the basis for the best practices companies aspire to. Audits can't be performed and facilities can't be certified without knowing who they are, where they are, what products they manufacture and how they do it. Certification enables better tracking of materials and impact data, providing assurance and credibility that what you’re buying is generating the change you and your customers are seeking.
Standards and certification represent the best of who you are and how you manage your business… both are key to successfully navigating now and into the future.