Supplier Information

We view procurement as a key function that creates value for our company, our clients and our communities. With this in mind, we have instituted procurement technology solutions and best practices that provide visibility into and control of our spending. The key to the whole process, however, is you—the supplier. So our main focus is finding and retaining the best suppliers:

New Suppliers

We believe in building relationships with our suppliers. If you'd like to become a supplier, please complete the vendor registration process.

Supplier Diversity

We are also committed to promoting business opportunities for certified minority, woman and disabled veteran business enterprises.

Current Suppliers

Thank you for being a member of our team. If you don't already, please utilize our online procurement portal.

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Diverse Supplier Identification

CoreLogic maintains an internal supplier database and an external reference tool to identify diverse suppliers for potential procurement opportunities. We require third-party certification for suppliers to be included in the database as a diverse supplier. If you qualify as a diverse supplier, please ensure that your company is certified as a diverse supplier by a third-party before soliciting CoreLogic (see "Certification Requirements").

Since we also use other diverse databases when searching for suppliers, we recommend candidates also register with databases at one or more of the following organizations:

Disclaimer: CoreLogic Supplier Diversity Database registration qualifies your company for consideration in the bidding process; however, it does not guarantee that your company will be put on a bid list, sent RFQs, RFIs or RFPs, or ultimately be awarded CoreLogic business.

Anand Nallathambi

"CoreLogic recognizes that diversity enriches our company and helps us offer better products and services to our clients and shareholders. We are, therefore, committed to ensuring supplier diversity is integrated within our strategic sourcing and overall supply chain processes. This allows CoreLogic to gain from generated efficiencies and increased innovation while delivering better products and services and providing increased opportunities for certified diverse suppliers.

We are committed to accomplishing this mission by establishing and supporting partnerships with the diverse business community, developing these diverse suppliers for growth and connecting with community organizations that contribute to our commitment.

We are committed to monitoring and measuring our practices for effectiveness and ensuring our commitment is communicated to all our employees, including the senior executive team and stakeholders.

By ensuring that our business represents certified diverse suppliers, we can offer better solutions and contribute to the economic vitalities of the communities where we live and work."

– Anand Nallathambi
President and CEO
CoreLogic

To take advantage of the CoreLogic Supplier Diversity Program, suppliers must comply with the following certification requirements.

The following definitions are overviews of each category. For more detail, please visit the National Minority Supplier Development Council, the Women's Business Enterprise National Council and the U.S. Small Business Administration. We choose our diverse suppliers from the following categories:

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)
A minority business enterprise is a U.S.-based business concern (a) which is at least 51 percent owned by minorities, or in the case of any publicly owned business, at least 51 percent of that business' stock is owned by one or more minorities; and (b) whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of the minority individuals who own it. Minority persons include African-Americans, Hispanics, Asian-Pacific Americans, Asian-Indian Americans and Native Americans.

Woman Business Enterprise (WBE)
A woman business enterprise is a U.S.-based business concern (a) which is at least 51 percent owned by women, or in the case of any publicly owned business, at least 51 percent of that business' stock is owned by one or more women; and (b) whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of the women who own it.

Small Business Concern (SB)
A small business concern is defined as pursuant to Section 3 of the Small Business Act and relevant regulations promulgated pursuant thereto. Generally, this means a small business concern organized for profit, which is independently owned and operated, is not dominant in the field of operations in which it is bidding, and meets the size standards as prescribed in government regulations.

Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB)
A small disadvantaged business is a small business concern (a) which is at least 51 percent owned by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, or in the case of a publicly owned business, at least 51 percent of that business' stock is owned by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individuals; and (b) whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of the socially and economically disadvantaged individuals who own it.

Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB)
A woman-owned small business is a small business concern (a) which is at least 51 percent owned by one or more women, or in the case of a publicly owned business, at least 51 percent of that business' stock is owned by one or more women; and (b) whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more women.

Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB)
A veteran-owned small business (VOSB) is a business (a) which is not less than 51 percent owned by one or more veterans, or in the case of any publicly owned business, not less than 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more veterans; and (b) the management and daily business operations of which are controlled by one or more veterans. The term "veteran" has the meaning defined in 38 U.S.C. 101.

Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (DVBE)
Means a small business that: (i) is at least 51% unconditionally owned by one or more service-disabled veterans (as defined at 38 U.S.C. 101(2), with a disability that is service connected, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(16)); or in the case of any publicly owned business, at least 51% of the stock of which is unconditionally owned by one or more service-disabled veterans; and (ii) whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more service-disabled veterans or, in the case of a veteran with permanent and severe disability, the spouse or permanent caregiver of such veteran.

Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) Small Business Concern
This program is based on the geographical area where your business is located and where 35 percent of your employees reside. The company must be small, located in a HUBZone, owned and controlled by one or more U.S. citizen(s), and at least 35 percent of its employees must reside in a HUBZone.

CoreLogic is committed to promoting and facilitating the solicitation and introduction of diverse businesses to CoreLogic's procurement processes, with the objective of providing diverse suppliers equal access to potential procurement opportunities.

CoreLogic conducts competitive bidding for production and non-production goods and services through a Request for Proposal (RFP) process, and qualified diverse suppliers have the opportunity to submit competitive bids. In order to learn more about our expectations.

Diverse Supplier Evaluation

Diverse businesses that meet CoreLogic's procurement specifications and standards of excellence have an opportunity to do business with CoreLogic in delivering quality products and services to CoreLogic and its customers.

Some of the qualities we look for in our suppliers are:

  1. Understanding of CoreLogic's business
  2. Cost competitiveness
  3. Proven track record and references
  4. Good financial standing
  5. Quality products and services
  6. Best overall value
  7. Excellent customer service and follow through
  8. Ability to conduct business electronically, e.g. via e-mail and internet
  9. Innovation and continuous improvement
  10. Value Added capabilities
  11. Ability to grow with CoreLogic
  12. Core competency in supplier's line of business
  13. Technological capabilities
  14. Diverse supplier certification by a third-party:
    (See Qualifications: Supplier Diversity Classifications and Definitions)

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I want to become a diverse supplier to CoreLogic. Where do I start?
A: Your first step is to enter your company's information into the Supplier Registration Profile Form available using the blue button to your right.

 

Q: What are some tips for communicating with the buyer once we have received a response?
A:
  1. Only send information the buyer requests.
  2. Always include your contact information within your email signature and link to your website in every correspondence.
  3. Please be patient as buyers are extremely busy.

 

Q: What happens to my new supplier registration profile form once I submit it?
A: Completed forms are downloaded the first week of each month for the previous month. For instance, all surveyscompleted in March are downloaded to the administrator during the first week in April. The profile is kept in thedatabase for 6 months and will be utilized to identify potential suppliers for upcoming purchasing initiatives.

 

Q: When should I expect to receive a response?
A: Please allow at least 60 days from the time the supplier profile form is downloaded for your company's information to reach the appropriate Supplier Diversity and Procurement professionals. A CoreLogic representative will contact you should a purchasing initiative be identified that would be applicable for your company.

 

Q: Where can I learn about CoreLogic purchase order terms and conditions?
A:

Terms and conditions can be found here.

 

Q: How does CoreLogic define diverse suppliers that are included in their Supplier Diversity Program?
A: CoreLogic defines a diverse supplier as a U.S.-based, for-profit enterprise (public or private) that is certified (by a third-party) as a diverse supplier. See Diverse Supplier Classification Definitions.

 

Q: What are your minimum requirements to be considered as a new diverse supplier?
A: In addition to having the appropriate certifications and other capabilities required for all suppliers, diverse suppliers must be certified by their local regional office of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), women-owned suppliers by a regional office of the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and/or Small Business through the Small Business Administration (SBA). Links to their websites can be found in our Helpful Links tab.

 

Q: How does CoreLogic Supplier Diversity work within CoreLogic's procurement process?
A: We promote diversification of CoreLogic's supplier base through the following process:
  1. Work with Business Unit Leads, procurement professional and internal customers to identify upcoming procurement opportunities.
  2. Identify qualified, diverse suppliers to participate in upcoming procurement opportunities.
  3. Screen identified diverse suppliers to determine if a match exists between suppliers' capabilities and business requirements.
  4. Host Supplier Meeting: A meeting between identified diverse supplier and business unit lead, procurement professional or internal customer to discuss the specific procurement opportunity, business requirements and supplier capabilities.
Q: What if I registered with CoreLogic Supplier Diversity, but have not been contacted for a procurement opportunity?
A: If your company has not been contacted for a potential procurement opportunity, either the initiative is still under construction, we do not have a need for the product/service your company provides, or a match between your company's product/service and our procurement needs has not yet been identified.

 

Q: What are the next steps once CoreLogic Supplier Diversity contacts my company regarding a potential procurement opportunity?
A: CoreLogic will keep your company's profile information in a database for a period of 6 months. This database will be utilized to identify potential suppliers as purchasing initiatives are identified. If your company is selected as a potential supplier, we will go through a screening process with a representative of your company to determine if a match exists between capabilities and business requirements. If a match exists, we will host a meeting (Supplier Meeting) between your company and the business unit lead, procurement professional or internal customer for your product/service. If we determine your company's capabilities are aligned with our business requirements, your company will be invited to competitively bid for a business award.

 

Q: May I directly contact the business unit lead, procurement professional or internal customers for a particular procurement opportunity?
A: CoreLogic Supplier Diversity works directly with business unit lead, procurement professional or internal customers to determine procurement opportunities and to introduce qualified & certified diverse suppliers into the procurement process. As a result, we request that diverse suppliers contact us directly for information about procurement opportunities and related matters.

 

Q: Whom do I contact at CoreLogic Supplier Diversity for more information?
A: For inquiries about CoreLogic Supplier Diversity please see our Contact Us page.

 

Q: What resources are available for more information about diverse businesses?
A: See Helpful Links page.

 

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