The HELIOS Foundation

Our purpose

The Foundation was established to provide long term stability for HELIOS and the user group and to enable fund raising for collaborative development.

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Why Automate?

It is only over the past 10 years that the humanitarian sector has begun to adopt supply chain disciplines to drive efficiencies. So why automate the supply chain?

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Technology

HELIOS software is the offshoot of a collaborative effort by the humanitarian sector to design, develop, and implement the next generation of sector specific Supply Chain Management.

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Latest news

  Vauxhall and BMW among car firms linked to child labour over glittery mica paint (2016-07-28)

Paint used by car makers including Vauxhall, BMW, Volkswagen and Audi linked to illegal mines in India reliant on child labour and debt bondage Some of the world’s biggest car makers including ...

  MSF warns of large-scale humanitarian disaster in northeastern Nigeria (2016-07-27)

Source: Médecins Sans Frontières Country: Cameroon, Nigeria More than 500,000 people are living in “catastrophic” conditions in villages and towns across Borno state. MSF is calling for...

  Second Thoughts on Second Sourcing (2016-07-14)

Not keeping all of your eggs in one supply basket is an appealing strategy to increase supply chain resilience. But it’s not always effective. Aero engine maker Pratt & Whitney has doubled up sup...