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20 April

 
 
Contracting: What all the T's C's Mean

Duration: 2 days

When it comes to contracting, understanding supply chain terms and conditions is an essential part of the job. This skill is so critical that without it, supply management professionals can place their organization in jeopardy. This popular and essential supply chain course thoroughly addresses many of the standard terms found in most contracts and also examines the impact of electronic purchasing. Discussions delve into key terminology, clauses that can be used in drawing up agreements, and examples of contract



11 May

 
 
Sales and Operations Planning

Duration: 2 days

The S&OP process consists of coordinating sales forecasts, demand plans, and capacity planning to arrive at an agreeable plan. In this Virtual Classroom course, learn how your organization can prepare for changes in market demand, supplier capabilities and competition by integrating the sales and operations functions.

                                        



25 May

 
 
Supplier Cost Analysis and Financial Analysis

Duration: 2 days

The objective of this course is to increase the knowledge, skills and abilities in supplier Cost Analysis and Supplier Financial Analysis. Cost analysis is a powerful tool for supply managers and can change the conversation with suppliers to open new opportunities for savings and value creation. Financial Analysis can also provide useful information that will lead to insights about whether your supplier is making too little or too much profit, whether they are generating cash or burning cash and if new risks may



 8  June

 
 
Warehousing and Inventory Management

Duration: 1 day

Monitoring and tracking of raw materials and goods help keep costs low and enable your organization to meet demand. Through this course, gain insight into the essential skills required to effectively manage your organization’s assets and reduce holding costs.

                                                   



23 June

 
 
Contracting: Beyond the Basics

Duration: 3 days

Many supply chain professionals learn the basics of contracting on the job. However, to advance in your profession, you’ll need to develop more sophisticated contracting skills. This supply chain management course will provide you with advanced contracting know-how to progress in your career and take on new challenges. In this “beyond the basics” contracting course, you’ll build upon your existing contract knowledge and take it a step further by focusing on how to construct effective cust




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Erema: Gaining a competitive edge through preferential exports

Erema, an Austrian manufacturer of recycling systems, uses AEB software to accelerate the proper classification of its components, manage supplier’s declarations, and ensure compliance in its exports. Erema ship...

Investigating Sales Management Role in Commercial Returns: Enhancing the changes of cusomer needs

The business-to-business competitive environment is dramatically changing, and firms need to learn how to keep up. Manufacturers must attempt to deliver incremental value to enhance business relationships and to do this ...


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