Sayari, the leading commercial risk intelligence provider, today announced a major upgrade of its global supply chain and trade transaction data. Sayari Graph now contains trade data that covers more than 60 countries, including increased transparency into regions such as the European Union, Russia, China, and Mexico. This expansion represents 300% greater coverage over leading commercial providers of import, export, and bill of lading data.
The upgrade allows users to more effectively maintain compliance with export controls like the Military End User (MEU) List and detect forced labor operations to comply with the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA). Organizations assessing their vendor risk management, import and export compliance, detection of sanctions evasion, and counterproliferation are also provided an unprecedented level of supply chain transparency through the expanded range of regularly refreshed data.
“This major expansion of global supply chain data is a significant milestone for Sayari,” said Farley Mesko, CEO and co-founder. “As trade regulations increasingly impact both public and private sectors, we remain dedicated to providing the most recent and complete information on goods from high-risk markets and jurisdictions.”
Sayari collects and resolves over 840 unique sources of corporate entity, global trade, and risk intelligence data. When combined with graph-based analytics, this data allows users to uncover risks buried deep within supply chains among further-tier entities and related parties.