We have wrapped up the first round of the onPanjiva program, and we are thrilled to announce that six new data sources will be available on the Panjiva intelligence platform by the end of 2009.
Over the course of six weeks, over 100 data sources were nominated for inclusion onPanjiva, and over 20 of these organizations applied to publish their data via the onPanjiva program. In consultation with clients and advisers, our team selected the following applicants for 4th quarter 2009 integration into the Panjiva intelligence platform:
- Customs Info, which compiles “denied parties” information from government sources
- D&B, which provides information on the financial health of companies
- Good Factories, which maintains profiles of furniture and home furnishings suppliers
- Made-By, which maintains profiles of suppliers that have a track record of social and environmental responsibility
- The American Apparel Producers’ Network, which maintains profiles of apparel suppliers in the Americas
- TriVista Sourcing, which provides on-demand audits of Chinese suppliers
These new data sources will appear on the Panjiva intelligence platform alongside data from existing Panjiva affiliates, including:
- deKieffer & Horgan, which tracks companies that have engaged in illicit global trade
- DP Information Group, which provides information on the financial health of companies in Singapore
- Hong Kong Trade Development Council, which maintains profiles on companies in Hong Kong and around the world
- SINOSURE, which provides information on the financial health of Chinese companies
- Social Accountability International (SAI), which sets the SA8000 standard for socially responsible manufacturing
- Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP), which sets the WRAP standard for socially responsible manufacturing
The onPanjiva program will continue on a regular cycle, with applications to be reviewed in quarterly rounds. Know of data sources that you’d like to see us integrate into the Panjiva intelligence platform during the first quarter of 2010? You can nominate these data sources between now and November 30th.
In the meantime, we’re getting to work on integrating the six new data sources named above.