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About us

Procurement thought-leaders.
Compliance experts.
Technology geeks.

Our mission

IntegrityNext enables companies to monitor their entire supply base regarding sustainability and compliance in order to meet regulatory requirements and reduce risk.

Executive Team

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Martin Berr-Sorokin
CEO / Co-founder
  • Director Product Line worldwide, IBM (4 years)
  • CEO and Founder at Xcitec (acquired by Emptoris/IBM)
  • Procurement Professional, Siemens
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Simon Jaehnig
Co-founder / Head of Sales & Partner Management
  • Procurement and Technical Sales Specialist, IBM
  • Managing Consultant for Procurement Solutions, SynerTrade
  • Graduate Degree, University of Nottingham
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Nick Heine
Co-Founder / Head of Sustainability & Compliance
  • Worldwide Sales Leader Watson Supply Chain, IBM
  • Worldwide Practice Leader Supplier Management Risk & Compliance, Emptoris
  • Head of Consulting Strategic Supplier Management, Xcitec

Advisory Board

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Prof. Dr. Nico Skusa
Member of the Advisory Board
  • Lawyer and Managing Partner at SKUSA Partners Rechtsanwälte + Steuerberater Partnerschaft mbB (Law Firm)
  • Professor for Business Law at FOM University Munich
  • Specialized on Corporate and M&A Law
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Dr. Thomas Zachau
Member of the Advisory Board
  • Managing Partner of h&z Unternehmensberatung AG (1997- today)
  • Controlling and Management Consulting at Siemens (1985 - 1997)
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Uwe Krieger
Member of the Advisory Board
  • Program Director at IBM Watson IoT
  • Expert for Internet of Things and Industry 4.0
  • Entrepreneur and Founder (Xcitec and others)
  • Subject Matter Expert for Supply Chain Management

At IntegrityNext we believe that integrity is the foundation of any personal or business relationship. Our aim is to elevate supply chain sustainability and compliance to the next level.

From corporate social responsibility to supply chain integrity

Over the last few decades, social and environmental awareness and reporting have undergone a rapid development. Companies started sharing information about corporate environmentalism as far back as the early 1960's. Increasing public interest in environmental sustainability began in response to damage done by the chemical industry.

Since then, the concept has been broadened and further developed. Increasing regulatory pressures and consumer expectations require a much wider concept of corporate responsibility (CR) and transparency. Reporting has increased as well, covering sustainability, triple bottom line, corporate social responsibility (CSR).

Reporting standards such as the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) G4, the United Nations’ Global Compact, ISO 26000, and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises build the foundation for organizations to report and manage their performance beyond financials. It has set the stage for today’s further reaching regulatory requirements focusing on full supply chain compliance and integrity.

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