Extended Enterprise Risk Management
Maximize revenue, mitigate risks, & strengthen relationships
In today’s hyper-connected marketplace, no one organization can function on its own. But partnerships and alliances don’t come without risk. Deloitte’s extended enterprise risk management (EERM) services evaluate and manage the risks associated with an organization’s extended enterprise—and the ecosystem in which it operates—to ensure that third-party business partners such as outsourcers, licensees, and suppliers are performing to contractual expectations, and to minimize threats to valuable infrastructure and data.
- Business Partner Assurance (BPA) - We work with organizations to identify and manage risks resulting from extended business relationships to enhance value, drive cost savings, manage corporate reputation and audit/legal exposure, and manage compliance—both their own and on the part of the business partner.
- Third-Party Advisory (TPA) - We help organizations maximize value and minimize the risks associated with third-party relationships. Services include the development and implementation of third-party risk management (TPRM) frameworks, and the assessment and management of third-party contracts. Additionally, we provide analytics to enhance third-party risk management, including third-party governance & risk management (TPGRM), contract management & compliance, software asset management, and automotive dealership services.
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) is pleased to announce that Deloitte has been named a global leader in the Kennedy Vanguard of Supply Chain Risk Management Consulting Providers in Kennedy’s Supply Chain Risk Management Consulting, 2012-2015 report covering the supply chain risk market.
Overcoming the threats and uncertainty: 2017 extended enterprise risk management global survey report
This second annual survey report looks at how global organizations are addressing the challenges they face in managing third-party risk in uncertain external environments while remaining agile and competitive in the marketplace. It also highlights five key areas where most organizations need improvement.