Regulatory assessment: REACH, RoHS, conflict minerals...
Actio's Material Disclosure is software leading companies use to collect information from suppliers for regulatory assesment, risk management, and compliance with international requirements under SEC conflict mineral ruling, EPA, GHS, Europe's REACH and RoHS, even IPC standards and hundreds of others worldwide. Find out how it works— contact Actio today.
News & Events
- May 14, 2013
- Actio Corporation to Show "Conflict Mineral" Solution in Montreal
Actio Corporation will show its award-winning software for conflict mineral compliance in Montreal at the Montreal Convention Center May 20-22, as part of the AIHce event. Over 5000 industry professionals expected.
- March 7, 2013
- Actio, Huntsman and Schneider Electric Awarded in Annual Technology Reviews
Actio’s Material Disclosure software is called “a game-changing vehicle for creating supply chain transparency” by independent judging panel comprised of executives from top companies.
- February 14, 2013
- Actio Unveils Conflict Mineral Solution at IPC EXPO
Actio will unveil its updated software for conflict mineral compliance: the "innovative and disruptive" (–Gartner) Material Disclosure platform. The unveiling will occur at IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego, CA, where over 4000 industry professionals gather to share ideas and seek out innovations in industry.
- December 28, 2012
- Actio Bolsters Trade Data Security Certifications
The United States provides its "Safe Harbor" certification mark to organizations that certify security practices via official, annual filing with the US Department of Commerce. Actio displays the Safe Harbor certification mark on the company web site, adjacent to the SAS 70 certification emblem.
- October 22, 2012
- New: Material Disclosure for Apparel Supply Chains
Actio's GRC-oriented Material Disclosure software is technology businesses use to automate communications and data gathering from suppliers and sourcing partners for Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC). In a serpentine international supply chain like the textile industry's, substance tracking and compliance technology couldn't come at a better time.