Supply Chain Management


Online Program - SCM 400


Schedule: Online, Anytime
Tuition:
$2,695  /   CEUs: 4.5 / PDUs:  45 


Supply chain management creates net value and builds a competitive infrastructure that results in leveraging worldwide logistics, synchronizing supply with demand, and measuring performance globally. The benefit of an effective supply chain management program is to reduce operating costs and improve customer service to become more profitable.

Supply chain management training will benefit those in purchasing and logistics, buyers and inventory
specialists, materials planners and analysts, and transportation coordinators and analysts. Professionals
and consultants seeking to add new supply chain management skills, as well as those seeking to take on
new roles and responsibilities, will benefit from this training.

Strong Links for Success

The concept of supply chain management is based on the premise that practically every product that reaches an end user represents the cumulative effort of multiple organizations. These organizations are referred to collectively as the supply chain. Supply chain activities cover everything from product development, sourcing, production span functions, and logistics, as well as the information systems needed to coordinate these activities.

This course will provide comprehensive study of the concepts, processes, and strategies used in the development and management of global supply chains. Supply chain management (SCM) is a systems approach to managing the entire flow of information, materials, and services from raw material suppliers through factories and warehouses to the final end-customer. Specific topics include global supply chain management, procurement, electronic commerce, information technologies, and logistics activities.

Key Topics

  • How to use general concepts of process mapping and analysis
  • The general concepts of supply chain management
  • The processes involved in supply chain management
  • How to develop and manage efficient and effective global supply chains
  • How technology and information systems work to leverage competitive advantage in the marketplace