Starting with the latest Certifeye release, it is possible to work with so-called baskets. A basket is a collection of certificates in different areas that suppliers may have to deal with, through which they can demonstrate that they meet a certain standard.
An example of this is the FSI Basket of Standards. This is a set of certificates related to three areas of business operations: Good Agricultural Practice (GAP), social, and environment. By placing your certificates on Certifeye, your customers can see at a glance which certificates are available and whether your set of certificates suffices to comply with the FSI Basket. This is particularly useful looking at the enormously diverse landscape of available certificates within the three themes.
How does it work?
The FSI Basket provides a system of logic (based on an and/or construction) that allows the producer to meet the requirements of FSI through different certificates. If the producer uploads a widely known and accepted certificate, he can use it to meet the requirements in, for example, the social theme within FSI. Another producer can do the same with a different certificate, as long as both documents are listed as options in the desired basket.
This feature also makes it easier to give suppliers from at-risk countries a fair chance in assessment based on the certificates that they do possess.
What will you request?
The predefined Global Baskets are only one of two basket types. Enterprise Business License users can also create their own baskets. This allows you to see whether your suppliers meet the specific set of requirements that fit your organization at the blink of an eye. In short, this option makes managing your administration a little easier.
Would you like to know more about the baskets, or do you need help setting them up? We are happy to help you on your way! Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.