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Supply Chain and Logistics Certificate Program

Inventories are the largest single asset for many organizations. This investment must be vigorously managed. If the managers who have responsibility for overseeing these critical resources have state-of-the-art information and techniques, they can save an organization time, money and make a positive impact on customer service and the bottom line.

Learn to manage more efficiently, with fewer resources.

Inventories are very likely your organization's largest single asset.  Our Supply Chain and Logistics Management Certificate Program will provide you with state-of-the-art information and techniques that will save your organization time and money, while making a positive impact on customer service and the bottom line  The Supply Chain and Logistics Management Certificate Program offers a comprehensive management development program for professionals that focuses on the following areas: inventory management, purchasing, warehousing, and transportation.  New as well as experienced managers and supervisors who are responsible for the supply chain function within their organization will benefit from this powerful and customer-focused certificate program.

You Will Learn To:

  • Measure and improve warehouse productivity
  • Determine the impact of inventory on profitability
  • Balance your warehouse service level with your customers' requirements
  • Integrate the supply chain to reduce time to market
  • Understand why a state-of-the-art order management system can facilitate integration of the supply chain
  • Use key information technologies and systems required to manage inventories across the supply chain
  • Devise ways to cut freight traffic costs, improve carrier service, reduce order cycle time, and expand control of inbound shipments
  • Understand the inherent advantages and disadvantages in the utilization of the various modes of transportation
  • Choose and select the best carriers based on pricing, on-time performance, service factors, and equipment availability
  • Use six essential tips for purchasing negotiating
  • Use the four major steps for selecting a vendor
  • Understand Deming's principles and how they relate to purchasing