Valorise is a CSR self-assessment platform designed to:
- Simplify the exchange of CSR information through a unique platform.
- Unite stakeholders around a common reference platform based on the ISO 26000 standard.
- Help companies to take stock of their CSR approach and best practices.
- Be accessible to all, from micro-enterprises to multinational groups.
- Enable businesses to compare their CSR process with other companies in their sector (benchmarking).
The 2019 Valorise campaign will run from October 3rd to the end of November 2019.
Valorise is changing.
- To complement the service offering, the platform proposes a new tool, the “Best Practices” module. The companies who so wish may thus review their best CSR practices and learn from the actions conducted by other businesses. To highlight the CSR commitment of their supply chain, contractors can request that their suppliers enter their best practices in certain categories.
- This year, companies will also be able to communicate any certifications and labels they have obtained in the course of their business.
- Valorise also offers a new pricing policy for businesses. Following feedback from previous campaigns, the subscription price for the campaign will no longer be indexed on the number of sites but rather on the size of the company. Thanks to the new pricing system, companies can now register, assess and share the CSR results of all of their sites without worrying about a rate barrier.
You are: a supplier, a contractor or a federation.
You market : food or non-food consumer goods or services.
6 major benefits, whatever your status:
- Save time
- Take stock of your maturity in terms of CSR
- Use a CSR benchmarking tool
- Highlight your CSR commitments and best practices
- Showcase the certifications and labels obtained in the course of your business
- Simplify the exchange of CSR information between suppliers and clients.
With just one questionnaire, one tool and one payment, Valorise lets you communicate your CSR initiatives to all of your current and prospective clients.
This self-assessment is voluntary so as to allow a gradual factoring in of CSR in all companies. The overriding advantage is to share your results with contractors as well as with current and future partners.
Valorise also represents a tool for managing your CSR initiatives, primarily thanks to the platform’s dynamic dashboards.
Contractors can decide to highlight the best practices of their suppliers.
Based on the results of the next campaign, mass distribution contractors will organise the “Trophées collectifs” awards, designed to showcase the best performing suppliers.
We have assembled 24 self-assessment questions, based on ISO 26000, for a simple, useful audit of your CSR process.
What advantages does it offer ?
You will help bolster the supplier / contractor relationship
You will receive a concise status report along with a clear list of areas for improvement.