Cost Reduction in your supply-chain.

The end-to-end operating system for supplier disputes.

The only of its kind, globally.

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Our Financial Integrity and Dispute Management ™ (FIDM) platform enables you build financial and operational resilience across global supply-chains, by resolving conflict and disputes at pace. We work across all categories,  from capital projects and infrastructure to IT and digital.

Dispute Prevention

We put tested mechanisms in place, across supplier contracts and controls, to reduce conflict.

Dispute Resolution

We resolve disputes in real time - in days, not months.

Continuous Improvement

We help you build financial and operational resilience, with continuous data insights.

technology

Smart technology, with a human loop

Machine Learning Capabilities

Learn how our AI utilises machine learning for intelligent decision-making.

Deep Learning Neural Networks

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Natural Language Processing

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Real-time Data Processing

Discover how our AI handles data in real-time for instant results.

Large Language
Models

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Financial health

Supplier disputes burn millions in direct costs every year. Financial health is not just about realising cost savings, its also about realising cost benefits.

We offer an elegant way to resolve day-to-day disputes, at pace, with commercial considerations sitting front and centre.

We’re building towards a future where costly supplier disputes are a thing of the past.

value

Brilliant tools

Data Insights

Informed decision-making for better financial health.

Analytics

A view into financial performance and market trends.

Frameworks

Structured mechanisms for cost management.

Contracts & Controls

Proactively plug gaps and weaknesses.

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Dispute resolution,
the old way

Commercial mediation involves the use of an independent, neutral third-party mediator who helps the disputing parties communicate, negotiate, and reach a mutually acceptable agreement to resolve their conflict. The process is voluntary, confidential, and non-binding. Any successful resolution is reflected in a settlement agreement.

Mediation

Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) is a process where a neutral third party, often with expertise relevant to the dispute's subject matter, evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of each side's case early on in the dispute process. This evaluation is not binding but is intended to give the parties an impartial perspective on the merits of their positions, potentially facilitating a negotiated settlement.

Early Neutral Evaluation

Expert determination is a process used to resolve specific issues within a dispute, particularly those requiring specialised knowledge or technical expertise. Unlike mediation, where a neutral third-party helps the disputing parties negotiate a settlement, in expert determination, an independent expert is appointed to make a decision on the matter in dispute. This decision is usually binding.

Expert Determination

Litigation is the process of resolving disputes by taking them to court, where a judge or a jury makes a decision after examining the evidence and hearing arguments from both sides. It is the most formal method of dispute resolution and is governed by specific legal procedures and rules.

Litigation

Adjudication is particularly common in the construction industry, but also used in other fields. It involves the appointment of an adjudicator, who is a neutral third-party expert, to make a decision regarding the dispute. This process is typically governed by statutory or contractual provisions.

Adjudication

Negotiation is a direct dialogue between the parties involved in the dispute, with the aim of reaching a mutually acceptable resolution without resorting to formal legal proceedings. This process is often informal and flexible, and you can have a series of negotiations for a single dispute. Negotiation can be conducted with or without the assistance of legal representatives and can take place at any stage of a dispute, even if formal proceedings have already started.

Negotiation