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ESJ Supply Chain Management is a systematic business process based on circular economics theory that helps organizations manage and communicate how intentionally managing resource allocations creates competitive and comparative value while aligning with legislation and business goals and values that support ESG.  This new level of insight focuses on:

  • Withdraws barriers, providing equitable access to procurement opportunities within supply chains.

  • Measures factors other than spend volume alone to help close the social, economic, environmental, and health gaps.

  • Uses a patented business process and SaaS solutions that support a culture of transparency and empowerment that manages supply chain and supplier risk, drives social capital, and enhances actual and perceived stakeholder value.



Fortune 1000 businesses recognize that their organizations have a role in creating and maintaining racial and gender socio-economic equality.  Why?  As it relates to for-profit companies, racial and gender wealth inequities influence consumer confidence, increase stakeholder pressure, and enable negative competition, lower employee performance, and enhance the risk for the organization. Thus, they develop procurement goals, leverage tools, and procure goods or services from a diverse group of traditional and historically underrepresented business owners that mirror their health, safety, environmental, social, and governance principles. 

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