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Improved Safety

With supply chain risk management software workplaces are safer when there’s greater visibility into safety practices, and only the most qualified and trained workers are on site

Clients and Suppliers that use the Avetta Connect™ Platform reduce the number of safety incidents by as much as 55% compared to industry averages

Interested in becoming a supplier?

Get vetted, approved and discovered in the Avetta network. You'll spend less time becoming compliant and more time performing money-making jobs.

Get vetted, approved, and discovered in the Avetta network
Faster Qualification

When Clients use compliance management software they qualify and vet Suppliers faster, Suppliers can cut through red tape and get to work sooner


Over 100 support personnel are standing by to help your suppliers get onboarded and compliant with your requirements. With a simplified registration process suppliers connect with clients in days not weeks

Interested in becoming a supplier?

As a supplier, you gain exposure to more than 500+ global hiring clients and other employment opportunities within the vast, locations-based Avetta ecosystem.

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Lower Costs

Clients save on administrative costs. Suppliers can centralize compliance and earn significant discounts


Suppliers in our system typically spend up to 40% less compared to competing solution providers. And with the Avetta Marketplace you'll save big on insurance, safety and training products

Interested in becoming a supplier?

Join Avetta and receive discounts on Safety-related Services, Insurance, Safety Products and so much more. Being a part of the Avetta network has never been more valuable.

 Join Avetta and receive discounts on Safety-related Services Insurance  Safety Products and so much more
Greater Visibility

Powerful analytics help you dig deep into supply chain data, so you can visualize sources of risk and opportunities for improvement


Having a real-time view into your supply chain is critical. If you could improve your safety record by 8% year-over-year, wouldn't you be interested?

Interested in becoming a supplier?

The safer your track record the more attractive you become to hiring clients. Join the Avetta Network and and improve your safety and get discovered.

Join the Avetta Network and and improve your safety and get discovered

Build a smarter, safer, supply chain with the latest technology


Run your supply chain with clarity and confidence

If you hire suppliers, contractors, or vendors, Avetta is where you manage your network of supply chain relationships.


Once you set your qualification criteria, our specialists work directly with your Suppliers to get them qualified – and keep them that way.


And when you need to find someone new, over 150k+ Avetta Supplier members are only a search away.

Connect Invision

Prove your quality
Grow your network

Avetta qualification proves to potential clients – including many global enterprise companies – that your business is up to their exacting requirements.


In addition to building visibility and trust, you’ll be able to access discounts through Avetta Marketplace, on insurance, PPE and more.


Frequently Asked Questions For Supply Chain Management

What Are the Two Types of Supply Chains?

The two types of supply chains are:

  1. Reactive supply chains, which are risky, because:
    1. Statistical modeling to plan for future demand is not used.
    2. Uncertain demand calls for reserve inventory, which ties up capital.
    3. Any operational, delivery, or customer service improvements are based on estimates or imitations of competitors.
    4. Changes are frequent and unexpected, causing rapid and disruptive responses.

These unnecessary results happen because reactive supply chains only respond to events that are happening currently, rather than proactively working to eliminate efforts and costs of potential events in the future.

  1. Data-Driven supply chains, which often see positive results, like:
    1. An improvement in accurate forecasts
    2. A reduction of safety stock requirements
    3. Best-in-class operations and efficiencies
    4. Better outbound logistics and on-time deliveries
    5. Data analytics that allow for smooth and predictive adaptation to changes
    6. A Higher EBIT margin (profits)

These benefits are due to a data-driven supply chain that collects, collates, and analyzes data to minimize complexity, maximize agility, eliminate waste and deliver driving results, producing a competitive advantage.

What Are Supply Networks?

Supply chain networks are complex, cross-linked structures of both upstream and downstream organizational supply chains that involve the flow of both material and information. In other words, supply networks are a web of linking individual supply chains.

What Is the Difference Between a Supply Chain and a Supply Network?

A supply chain is a simple, sequential set of links. There are generally three links in a supply chain:

  1. Flow of raw materials from all upstream suppliers
  2. Transformation of raw materials into finished products
  3. Distribution of products to all downstream customers 


A supply network is a linked web of all participating supply chains, both upstream and downstream organizations, that are involved in the flow of both material and information. 

Supply chain networks present specific challenges for meeting consumer demands. Some of these challenges are to figure out the best, most cost-effective way of doing these three things:

  1. Evaluating the functionality and influence of technologies
  2. Supporting and managing change for increasing value
  3. Making decisions based on a dynamic configuration

What Is a Supply Chain Management Network?

A supply chain management network is the design and support of the infrastructure and structural layout of a supply chain. It entails deciding on and implementing the number, location and size of plants and warehouses. Details of each must be considered for the producer, distributor and merchant of the product.

Management of a supply chain network covers the full spectrum of movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventories, and finished goods from origin to consumption. This must all be done as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.

What Are the Objectives of Supply Chain Management?

The objective of supply chain management is, ultimately, to meet demand. However, there are many other objectives that must be met first before that can happen. 

Those objectives are meant to improve:

  • Efficiency with logistics 
  • Quality of product and customer experience
  • Stability in all upstream and downstream relationships

Securing supply chains across the globe


SBA Communications Gets Proactive with Contractor Safety and Insurance

As a leading independent owner and operator of wireless communications infrastructure across North, Central and South America. Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, SBA, generates revenue from site leasing and site development services.


Since we started working with Avetta, we have a much greater comfort level with our contractors. The Avetta solution is a powerful tool; and, as a leader in our industry, we can use it to make the industry safer.

Nick Wilkerson, Safety Director, SBA Communications
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