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supply chain management & inventory management
Supply Chain Management & Inventory Management
We live in a world where competition is no longer company versus company; it is supply chain versus supply chain. Thus, there is a growing realization that the supply chain is critical to business success and companies are looking to…
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We live in a world where competition is no longer company versus company; it is supply chain versus supply chain. Thus, there is a growing realization that the supply chain is critical to business success and companies are looking to formulate integrated supply strategies on local, regional and global basis, in order to improve supply chain performance. Challenge for Supply Chain is to meet the promises made to the customer (stated or implied) and ensure that products and services are available when needed. This program helps you to understand key areas of supply chain and your company to improve margins/ market share, increase return on investment, add value, and strengthen competitive position through effective supply chain management. It gives insight into the relationships between operations, finance, marketing and supply chain management and explains how these can be integrated to provide value for customers and lower costs. At an individual level, this will improve your career prospects / help start career in supply chain.
Module 1 – (2 Days)
Day 1 – Framework of Supply Chain Management
Day 2 – Planning and Sourcing
Module 2 – (2 Days)
Day 1 – RFx process, Negotiations and Contracts
Day 2 – Procurement and Inventory Management System.
Module 3 – (2 Days)
Day 1 – Managing Quality in Supply Chain
Day 2- Managing costs in Supply Chain
Module 4 – (2 Days)
Day 1- Warehouse Management / Visit
Day 2- Transportation Management/ Packaging /3PL
- Better understanding various aspects of Supply Chain Management
- Improving interaction with other functional areas such as Finance, Quality etc.
- Preparing for greater role in organization
- Learning from likely impact of technology
- Improving career opportunities
- Exposure to industry practices and warehouse operations
- Opportunity to interact with SCM leaders
Who Should Attend
Supply chain professionals from Sourcing, Materials Planning, Distribution, Transportation, Service support and
entrepreneurs. Industry experience will be an add on quality.