Organisations need to be able to trust that their supply partners are reliable, financially stable and compliant with all relevant legislation.
At exor, we understand the issues surrounding non-compliance. Specialising in supplier pre-qualification and accreditation for both the public and private sectors, we provide flexible and responsive accreditation services that reduce risk.
Our accreditation services bring buyers and sellers together in the most effective way. We implement a rigorous programme of conformity that verifies suppliers on a wide range of compliance issues including health and safety, finance, quality and the environment.
Our approach is thorough, robust and uncompromising: we check and independently validate all supplier information using a wide variety of data services, leaving clients with absolute confidence that their suppliers meet the required technical, legal and financial standards.
Our reputation is enviable: with over 14 years of experience, we have developed some of the highest accreditation standards in the country. Our supplier pre-qualification criteria are trusted by 120 local authorities and other public sector organisations across the UK.
Exor ensures supplier compliance in:
- Health and safety
- Diversity and equality
- Certification and licensing obligations
exor’s categories of accreditation:
We offer suppliers 3 categories of accreditation – Gold, Silver and Bronze, each representing a different level of assessment. The type of accreditation depends on a number of criteria, including:
- The level of spend
- The category of work
- The physical and financial risks involved
We also consider any additional assessment criteria requested by the client.
exor’s Accreditation Service helps clients to:
- Manage risk effortlessly and effectively
- Select suppliers more quickly and efficiently
- Save time spent vetting suppliers, assessing and re-assessing prequalification documents and maintaining an ‘approved list’
- Reduce internal compliance overheads
- Satisfy audit requirements
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