Creating a successful supplier diversity program doesn’t have to be hard. Supplier.io has the data, tools, and team to help you simplify, automate, and innovate. Ready to see for yourself?
We believe you can have both business and community success. And with Supplier.io, it’s never been easier to bring in more diverse suppliers — and demonstrate the quantifiable impact that your program is making. That’s because we provide you with the right data to know where you stand now so you can create a more informed vision for the future.
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Supplier.io offers the right data and platform, plus an experienced team to easily get your supplier diversity initiative off the ground. We’ll get you started with a complete solution that helps you identify opportunities within your current supplier list and find new diverse suppliers to make a positive impact on your business and community.
Know where your program really stands by benchmarking against real spend data from over $2T in spend across over 400 companies.
Gain detailed analysis to help draw new insights and find innovative ways to grow your program.
Grow your program by making it easy for all your buyers to find and bring in diverse suppliers.
Make it easy for diverse suppliers to register with your program so you can gather the data you need to maximize your program.
Want to know where the industry is heading? Get the latest on key trends, challenges, and the biggest opportunities you need to know about in our 2023 State of Supplier Diversity Report.
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