Integrate Sedex data into your own systems – our new API

Sedex is excited to announce that we have launched our new API. Our API allows you to automate the transfer of your suppliers’ data from Sedex‘s database directly into your internal system – allowing you to make quick and informed decisions about your supply chain.

Benefit from

Improved visibility – Ability to seamlessly see all your own sites’ and suppliers’ information such as non-compliances, audit information and Self-Assessment Questionnaire completion, in your own systems. Allowing you to analyse Sedex data against your own data.

Increase productivity – Having automated data in one place without the need for human intervention saves you time and money, whilst eliminating user error.

Analyse trends – You will be able to see historical information on the last 5 years of your suppliers’ audit information – allowing you to analyse and predict trends.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How can my company implement Sedex’s Customer API?

You will need a technical member in your organisation that has the capability to connect and configure the API and funnel the information into your system.

How can I configure the data that we obtain through Sedex’s Customer API?

The API can be configured to transfer the data you need, be it current or historical. Your technical team will be able to define this for you.

 Will you be adding more data to the API in the future?

We are constantly looking for opportunities to build and develop our tools and services. If you have any suggestions or feedback, please get in touch with your Relationship Manager who will pass on your feedback to our product team.

You’ll be able to pull the following information about your sites and suppliers directly into your system:

If you would like to find out more information about whether our API would work for your business, or have any further questions, please get in touch or speak to your Relationship Manager.

 

 

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