Name of Resource
Traceability/practical tool; Knowledge/information hub
Country / jurisdiction
Date of initial launch
Sourcemap is a provider of supply-chain visualization and transparency solutions. Sourcemap was launched in 2008 at MIT as a supply chain management platform rooted in transparency. Since 2011 the New York City-based start-up has been developing software and services needed to take companies on the journey to radical transparency. Today Sourcemap software runs the most powerful platforms for transparency and traceability on the market, including Open Sourcemap, the world’s largest public repository of supply chains, the Open Factory Registry, a unique tool that matches the names and addresses of hundreds of thousands of factories around the world, and Sourcemap Enterprise: a suite of software for companies to manage their transparency trajectory in-house. Sourcemap Enterprise was the first platform designed to manage multi-tier supply chains, including advanced database technology that traces individual products from raw materials to end customers, and award-winning visualizations to make sense of it all.