Supply Chain Transparency
Hyland believes that all humans should be treated with dignity, fairness and respect. In practice, this means that Hyland adheres to all environmental, worker safety and human rights laws applicable to our global workforce.
Hyland Software, Inc. is a global software organization headquartered in Westlake, Ohio with subsidiaries located in various countries, such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Canada and Brazil. Collectively, Hyland has numerous office locations and dozens of remote employees around the world.
Hyland’s proprietary software products are marketed, licensed and serviced both directly and through an exclusive network of authorized resellers, strategic alliance partners, integration partners and original equipment manufacturers.
Hyland believes that all humans should be treated with dignity, fairness and respect. In practice, this means that Hyland adheres to all environmental, worker safety and human rights laws applicable to our global workforce. Further, Hyland expects its resellers, partners, customers, contractors and vendors to share this commitment to the health and safety of their workers, and operate in compliance with all human rights laws.
Hyland does not use or condone the use of slave labor or human trafficking, and denounces any degrading treatment of individuals or unsafe working conditions. These human rights commitments extend to our suppliers. Hyland uses a risk-based approach for the management of our suppliers, which includes pre-qualification due diligence processes, appropriate performance requirements and commitments, audit rights, reference review and ongoing supplier monitoring to establish that Hyland's suppliers are suitable and remain committed to human rights.
Hyland’s Sourcing Department actively seeks out, develops and attempts to build significant vendor relationships with Small Disadvantaged Businesses, Women-Owned Small Businesses, Veteran-Owned Small Businesses, including Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses and HUB-Zone Small Businesses, and LGBTQ-Owned Businesses to ensure full and equitable opportunities when procuring goods and services.