Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Transparency Statement
This Statement is presented by Soroni LTD. It is made in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 to describe the steps taken by Soroni LTD and, in alignment with our “People Matter” values, demonstrates our
commitment to implementing and improving upon practices to combat modern slavery and human trafficking.
Soroni LTD is a provider of a cloud-based, software platform that allows customer organisations to build engaged, secure communities of stakeholders for ongoing, real-time feedback and insights. The core of our
supply chain consists of third-party technology suppliers that support our software platform. While these core
suppliers are generally understood to be low risk for slavery or human trafficking practices, we recognize that
certain sectors in our supply chain (such as office equipment suppliers and the food and beverage industry) may
be at a higher risk. We are committed to monitoring our supply chain and will determine appropriate steps in the
event that we determine there may be a higher risk of slavery or human trafficking.
Our Policies & Commitments
Soroni LTD is committed to implementing and improving upon practices to combat modern slavery
and human trafficking in our supply chains and throughout our business. Our policies and commitments, along
with the due diligence, training, and reporting steps described in this Statement reflect our ongoing commitment
to act ethically and with integrity in our business relationships and to monitor our internal systems to prevent
slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chains.
The nature of our business recognizes the importance of human relationships. At Soroni LTD, we put
people at the heart of our business through our corporate value that people matter, and aligned with this, all
members of Soroni LTD are required to conduct their activities in accordance with our Code of
Business Conduct and Ethics. Our Code requires our members to act according to the highest standards of
honesty and integrity as well as compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements, which extend to the protection
of human rights and the prohibition of forced labour and human trafficking.
Our Supply Chains & Due Diligence
Soroni LTD expects our suppliers to treat workers and employees with respect, fairness and in
accordance with applicable laws.
To ensure alignment between our values and ethics and those of our suppliers, Soroni LTD is
reviewing the source locations of our procurement partners and certain direct suppliers. We have canvassed active
suppliers located in the UK, to assess their published commitment(s) to the prevention of modern slavery and
human trafficking. In addition, as part of our procurement onboarding process, we ask new suppliers to outline
and identify any procedures, relevant steps, and anti-slavery policies they have in place, which information is reviewed
as part of our intake assessment.
Looking ahead, we plan to implement an automated program within our procurement intake process so new and
renewing suppliers can confirm their commitment to ensuring no modern slavery or human trafficking in their supply
chains. This program will help us to reach more of our suppliers as it relates to renewals and new agreements.
Training & Reporting
To ensure an appropriate understanding of the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains and
within our business, Soroni LTD is committed to educating our employees, officers, and other individuals who work for us, about the Act and has provided training to relevant employees (specifically those involved with the procurement of suppliers). We plan to extend similar training for all of our employees and are
taking steps to review and reinforce the available channels for reporting any suspected violations or similar
Soroni LTD will continue to monitor our practices and supply chains to develop and strengthen our
commitment to human rights matters including the elimination of slavery and human trafficking.
This Statement is made by Soroni LTD for the financial year ending March 31, 2021 and will be reviewed and published on an annual basis.