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This section of the platform is intended to provide an overview of training programs designed for professionals in Demand & Supply Chain field.

The section is structured in:

Professional Qualifications

Education Centers

Masters

 Incoming Courses

 On-line Courses

 eLearning


To each Professional Qualification, Master and Course has been assigned one of the following labels in order to identify its main concentration inside Supply Chain Management Conceptual Framework:

Concentration Label
- Planning & Scheduling
- Sourcing & Procurement
- Operations & Production
- Logistics & Distribution



 

Supply chain E-learning



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Retail

The retail sector is always on the move. Whether this involves shopping centres, shops in inner city locations or at airports – trends change very quickly and the goods change just as rapidly too. To keep up with these developments, highly complex and process driven supply chains are needed. With our...

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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...

What Do We Really Know About What We Know? The Nature of Relationship Governance in the Reverse Supply Chain

Inter-organizational relationships have received significant attention in the marketing channels literature (Anderson and Weitz, 1992; Mohr and Spekman, 1994; Morgan and Hunt, 1994). More recently, the supply chain liter...