It’s coming soon.

Are you prepared to submit your Modern Slavery Act Statement?
Find out how we are helping some of Australia’s largest organisations to be ready.

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Benefits of Informed 365

Organisations are using Informed 365 to:

Protect their brand reputation

Actively managed sustainability in supply chains = improved image

Minimise costs

Use Informed 365 to efficiently manage and monitor suppliers

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Satisfy government and consumer standards

Stay ahead of stakeholder expectations & government regulations 

Improve social and sustainable business goals

Align your supply chain strategy with your sustainability goals

Modern Slavery Act Australia

Our Clients

Powering trust for companies such as:

Vicinity
Stockland
Mirvac
ISPT
GPT Group
Goodman
Frasers
Landcom
Abacus
Proprty Council
Michael Hill
Australian Red Cross
H&H Group
Lendlease
Caltex
Blackwoods

Our Services

Cloud-based solutions to manage your environmental and social performance:

Supply Chain

Supply Chain

Customised, cloud-based application for organisations to manage, monitor, automate and engage confidently with their supply chain.

CSR Reporting

CSR Reporting

Data management / data analytics with customised dashboards to track any metric (e.g. GHG tracking, energy, water, transportation, etc.)

Make Better More Informed Decisions

Empower Your Team with meaningful dashboards, interactive reports and automated analysis.

Clients

2,000+

Across all our applications

Data

60,000+

Suppliers

Slaves

40 million

Let’s work together to abolish slavery

Verify – Trace – Share

Can your company verify, trace and share every detail of your supply chain?

Why Informed 365?

Informed 365 is an Australian based tech company that specialises solely on better sustainability outcomes. We develop customised real-time digital platforms with predictive capabilities and unlimited analytics functionality to provide improved visibility and transparency and to allow our clients make better, more informed decisions.
We connect devices, data and databases to produce meaningful information.

Informed365 Testimonial

“Our strong intention is to create resources that are open-source for the entire sector, and that remove the barriers for suppliers to engage with our members on these issues. It is for that reason that the supplier questionnaire developed for this platform will be freely available for anyone to use, and it will be free for suppliers to log into the platform and provide responses to these questions. By only answering these questions once on the platform, we are also streamlining the reporting burden on our supply chain, a critical component of this initiative.”

FrancescaFrancesca Muskovic,
National Policy Manager Sustainability & Regulatory Affairs

Accurate

Seamlessly integrate and cross reference data against a myriad of other data sources via direct links and feeds.

Easy Integration

Easily integrate internal, historical or third-party data or push and pull data via APIs.

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Visualise

Present data and results in the most meaningful way with advanced data visualisation functionality.

Share

Share data across entire sectors or industries thanks to our innovative Australian first shared applications. 

Informed 365 News

Stay on top of the latest news on Modern Slavery, Climate Change, industry trends and sustainability news

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