Supply Chain Fallout Over the Virus Is Snowballing and Impacting Businesses Globally
Analysis leveraging the Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud shows that the provinces most impacted by the coronavirus outbreak are home to over 20 million businesses – roughly 90% of all active businesses in China.*
Dun & Bradstreet Provides Supply Chain Data, Analytics, and Insights on Companies Impacted
Dun & Bradstreet’s supply chain data and proprietary analytics confirm that at least 51,000 companies around the world have at least one direct (Tier 1) supplier in the impacted region of China. That number increases to five million companies globally when second tier (Tier 2) suppliers in the impacted region are included. These companies constitute over 900 of the Fortune 1000 companies.*
Dun & Bradstreet Helps Organizations Mitigate Supplier-Related Risks
Dun & Bradstreet offers a suite of supplier intelligence and third-party risk management capabilities which help clients mitigate risk accelerate and inform quality decision-making with up-to-date information by leveraging the Dun & Bradstreet Data Cloud. The world’s largest set of data and insights on commercial entities around the globe includes proprietary financial and risk scores such as the Supplier Stability Indicator (SSI), Supplier Evaluation Risk (SER) rating, and Supply Chain Risk Index (SCRI).
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to impact businesses and their supply chains globally, Dun & Bradstreet has added to its existing offerings by creating complimentary and premium reports to help businesses in mitigating supplier risk.
D&B Supply Chain Health Scan
This complimentary report includes the number of a client’s suppliers that:
- Are located in impacted Chinese cities
- Have risk due to their suppliers being in impacted cities
- Have high D&B Supplier Evaluation Risk scores, business continuity risk, and compliance risk
D&B Supply Chain Analytics for Coronavirus
This premium report provides:
- A list of a client’s Tier 1 suppliers (including company name, address, and Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S® Number) in impacted Chinese cities
- The percentage of Tier 2 suppliers located in impacted cities, listed for each of a client’s Tier 1 suppliers
- For each of these Tier 1 suppliers, the corresponding headquarters and global headquarters, and their respective company name, address, and Dun & Bradstreet
D&B Supply Chain Analytics
This dashboard and report provide clients with greater insight into their supply chain and recommendations on ways to minimize supply chain risk. The report shares:
- Deeper supply chain insights, with three tiers of suppliers and their risk profiles
- A more granular view of risk metrics, capturing current compliance and business continuity risks, including future likelihood of business failure
- A D&B Supply Chain Risk Index for direct suppliers that quantifies the risk to clients' individual supply chains
- Geographic risk components
- Dashboard for clients to understand the risk exposure specifically within their supply chain
Act quickly to protect your business from potential implications of the coronavirus with a comprehensive view of your supply chain from Dun & Bradstreet. Identify the “at risk” suppliers in impacted cities to help proactively reduce risk to your company’s deliverables and solidify strong relationships with your customers and partners.
Learn more about the global business impact of the coronavirus outbreak in our Special Briefing: Impact Report of the Coronavirus.
* As of 2/6/2020