Based on a supplier's NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) code, Harker wanted to be able to set benchmarks for suppliers based on industry risk and average industry safety statistics.
To solve this problem, Chetu implemented the associated industry (NAICS) code with the associated industry risk into the CanQualify database allowing the companies to assign specific benchmarks to a specific industry.
This allows a supplier to qualify based on industry risk reducing the burden on the supplier and still meet the company's internal standards. For example, a low-risk janitor would not be required to submit the same verification documents that a high-risk electrician would be required.
Chetu utilized the following technologies to engineer a web-based, cloud platform with a robust database for measuring supplier compliance that also features different functions and user levels for clients and suppliers…
Chetu understood what we needed, and that really helped us cut down on costs and development. For anyone who is on the fence about outsourcing software I usually say: 'Look, just do it. You need an IT company, call Chetu, they're great.'
Founder of CanQualify
In the end, clients were able to create custom login credentials for different departments and user types (admin, basic or view only) and see the compliance report at different levels.
On the website, administrations can see the list of all the suppliers working on the site, and all users have the ability to search for suppliers from a list of those meeting their criteria, view all contractors who are not fulfilling their criteria in red, and send reminders to the suppliers to complete certain tasks.
Chetu grouped all the sites (each work location) under the following hierarchy…
REGIONAL AND BUSINESS UNIT ADMINISTRATORS