Supply Chain Management

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Comprising the four pillars namely - logistics, operations, planning and sourcing, including the foundation of supply chain management strategy

In today’s times the globally networked economy compels companies to introduce a full proof methodology to live up to the complexities of production

  • With the professional concepts of logistics network design, warehousing and inventory as well as transportation improvised and presented to you
  • Quality management while maintaining balance in output, timely delivery and optimal utilization of available resources within the budget allocated
  • The best ideas are earned through real time exposure to instances from the industry leading to remarkable results.
  • Practice makes you perfect. The efficiency developed in this practical training is the result of sharp planning by our experienced mentors.
  • The forum in our portal connects you with the mavericks of the industry who shares their bit of experience in this particular sphere
  • The allotted project exposes you to researching and quoting facts and figures which is completely a personal effort.
  • The clarification obtained is instant catering to the level of understanding in a student which the mentors gauge with their years of experience

Course Indication


  • Supply chain management is a strategic inter functional business discipline comprising the concepts of:
    logistics management
    • inbound/outbound transportation
    • network design
    • modeling and optimization
    • partnership and negotiation
    • information technology 
    • E-commerce 
    • end-to-end Supply 
    • Chain Management strategies
    • The course is designed with the objective of inculcating the unique configuration of the modern day supply chain ecosystem, highlighting the transnational linkages to deliver optimum results while maintaining the profit margins in the speculative balance sheets for a better result oriented approach. The concepts are greatly patronizer centric, giving you the best chances of acing the interview.

  • With the dynamic advent of e commerce, it is of utmost importance to develop a focused approach towards maintaining inventory, operational flexibility and smooth functioning of logistics.
  • Course Stats

    • In case you are unable to adapt to the pace of the course, we will be there as a constant support post training.
    • The time is suggestively 40 hours, with 2 to 3 hours training in the weekdays and 8 hours of continuous training in the weekends.
    • We aim at optimizing the time span allotted to the course in favor of students so that apart from the training by experienced instructors, they are able to hone their skills amidst interaction and consultation of our experts.
    • For professional purposes we have crafted a tight schedule, but, in case you are unable to get the essence of any concept or have issues in following any particular lecture considering it to be fast paced for your understanding, our experts will be happy to clarify your doubts in the after-hours.

    Course Outcome

    • The course comprehensively accommodates concepts and terminologies related to supply chain networks, best practices as relevant in a well mapped and integrated supply chain ecosystem.
    • The in depth focus is on making the student adept at understanding and ore executing core methodologies (probability, statistics, optimization) used in supply chain modeling and analysis. Usage of fundamental models to establish trade linkages between forecasting, inventory, and transportation will become easy with practice.
    • Flawless designing supply chain networks as well as financial and information flows along with the interactions of chains using technology- from packaging to software systems and end to end supply chain management is augmented.


  • Projects are assigned with the intent of easing up understanding while adopting a practical approach besides the in depth theoretical analysis through the curriculum.

  • A project is allocated with focus on the basic structure of the course but in lines with the trending ideas and concepts. Our mentors take the onus to guide you throughout, providing you the best exposure much before you venture into the space of supply chain management. 

  • They emphasize on your problem solving and analytical abilities which in the long run pays off as professional dividends in conformity with your ability to grasp the techniques of crisis management, which is of high value and productive in terms of maintaining seller-buyer relationships.
  • Course Objectives

  • Supply Chain Management accelerates smooth flow of materials and information among all enterprises that adds value to a product, from the source of raw materials to end customers. 
  • The course aims at integrating issues from finance (investments in productive assets), marketing (channels of distribution), logistics, and operations management to develop a broad understanding of a supply chain. Bearing a strategic perspective, the focus lies on understanding comparatively long term decisions involving investment in productive resources, configuration of processes, product designs, and development of partnerships with suppliers and distribution channels. 
  • Simple analysis is not the primary objective of the course. Students should be efficient at quantitative analysis. By the end of the course, their ability to use analytical tools will be enhanced. Execution of conceptual frameworks to make decisions in supply chain contexts as well as a better understanding of the major strategic issues and trade-offs that arise in supply chain management will be a cake walk.

  • In a crux the students become adept at:
     Executing the major functions, major processes and implying key elements of performance metrics while giving shape to pipeline plans be it strategic, tactical, and operational, in supply chain networks.

  • Providing an insight into the role of Internet Technologies and Electronic Commerce in supply chain operations and technical aspects of related components in supply chain management.

  • Manifesting role of stochastic models (Markov chains, queueing networks); optimization models and applying the same in optimizing supply chain planning and decision-making. This will provide the foundation for design and analysis of supply chain models applicable as per current demand. 
  • Pre requisites

    • Bachelor degree holder 
    • Graduate in any discipline from a recognised University.
    • Students who have appeared in their final year examination of Bachelor degree program 
    • Any established manager or personnel heading related departments and are experienced in their own right.
    • graduation degree course and are yet to pass the final year examination of Bachelor degree program, can also apply, subject to successful completion of their Bachelor degree program

    Learn Why

  • Supply Chain, Transportation, Procurement and Logistics have played dynamic role in groundbreaking transitions in the corporate world. Its strategic potential can no longer be ignored. Holding the potential for creating value for the end customer and differentiating the company strategically in terms of services rendered, supply chain management has now become the pulse of business.

  • Supply Chain Management program provides an opportunity for vibrant growth. Students acquire professional competencies in materials management and logistics, enhancing their job skills. The program begins by laying the ground work for a comprehensive understanding of what supply chain management is and how it can be effectively used to increase an organisation's efficiency and profitability.

  • Supply Chain Management strategies and methods of forecasting demand, aggregate planning and network design prepare you for that professional breakthrough in the industry. The program spans through the whole gamut of Supply Chain strategies, processes, operations management that prepares you to add value to the organization as a responsible employee.
  • check schedule

    • 31 Oct-31 Oct
    • 08AM - 11AM EST
    • MonTueWedThuFri
    • 11 Session (3 Hours Each)
    • USD 599
      USD 499
    • 31 Oct-31 Oct
    • 09AM - 05PM EST
    • SatSun
    • 11 Session (8 Hours Each)
    • USD 599
      USD 499

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    Course Curriculum

    Overview of Supply Chain Design

    Supplier Management I: Auctions, sourcing, and procurement.
    Supplier Management II: Optimization based procurement, and risk sharing.
    Production Planning: Introduction to Bills of Material (BOM), Material Resource.
    Basic Supply Chain Network Design: Facility Location and Network Design problems.
    Advanced Supply Chain Network Design: Modeling multiple products, multiple echelons, and multiple time periods.
    Supply Chain Finance I: Activity Based Costing, Working Capital, and Cash-to-Cash conversation cycle.
    Supply Chain Finance II: Discounted cash flow analysis and capital budgeting and investing.
    Demand Management: Challenges of collaboration with customers and management levers to improve coordination.
    Process & Organizational Design: The design of the supply chain organization itself.

    Part 1: Building Blocks, Performance Measures, Decisions Topics

    • Building Blocks of a Supply Chain Network 
    • Performance Measures 
    • Decisions in the Supply Chain World 
    • Models for Supply Chain Decision-Making

    Part 2: Supply Chain Inventory Management

    • Economic Order Quantity Models 
    • Reorder Point Models 
    • Multiechelon Inventory Systems

    Part 3: Mathematical Foundations of Supply Chain Solutions

    • Use of Stochastic Models and Combinatorial Optimization in:
    • Supply Chain Planning 
    • Supply Chain Facilities Layout 
    • Capacity Planning 
    • Inventory Optimization 
    • Dynamic Routing and Scheduling

    Part 4: Case Studies

    • Digital Equipment Case Study 
    • IBM Case Study

    Part 5: Internet Techologies and Electronic Commerce in SCM

    • Relation to ERP 
    • E-procurement 
    • E-Logistics 
    • Internet Auctions 
    • E-markets 
    • Business objects in SCM
    • Electronic business process optimization 

    job role


    Leading, Directing or coordinating production, purchase, warehousing, distribution, or financial forecasting services to optimize costs and promoting efficient delivery, client service, or safety.

    Examining ongoing processes or creating opportunities for streamlining activities necessary to meet product distribution requirements. Directing the movement, storage, or processing of inventory.

    The responsibility at the workplace in a nutshell:

    1) Reviewing or upgrading supply chain practices according to transitional or renewing environmental programs, standard norms, regulations, or laws.
    2) Mapping transport and logistics to maximize economy by streamling shipments or channeling warehousing and distribution.
    3) Selecting supply chain models in order to facilitate communication with customers.
    4) Improvising upon existing material expenses, forecasting or chalking out standard cost lists.
    5) Assessing or appropriating material handling equipment requirements and managing human resource levels to load, unload, move, or store produce.

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    Warehouse Robotics in the Supply Chain

    With automation having been introduced in bits and pieces, it is undoubtedly the next big thing in regulating supply chains. robotic picking, where robots are able to pick orders from conventional racks, robotic forklift trucks have been already on the run. Warehouse operators will seize the opportunity right away to switch from manual to efficiently automated distribution centers.

    Autonomous Road Transportation
    The up-gradation to be brought forth around transport with the potential to drive  optimal economic efficiency in reference to any other supply chain technology so far imagined, cannot be ignored

    The vanishing Line between Logistics and Technology Services
    Logistics companies have become unpredictable in terms of distinguishing from technology providers, as 3PLs and 4PLs continue to proclaim IT platforms as major service-selling points. For an instance, Uber a platform connecting you to transport providers or is it that you are still under the impression that they are the service providers!

    Undertaking Supply Chain Social Responsibility
    Evoked by motivational factors and supported by a growing base of specialist service providers, many more supply chains and logistic cartels will integrate Corporate Social Responsibility into their strategies

    The Race for the Last Mile
    The heavily cost-incurring ground of the supply chain- the final delivery of goods from distribution centre to retail store or consumer doorstep is witnessing a steep rise in the emergence of crowd-sourcing and specialised end to end service path breaking  advancements are in the horizon focusing on shipping parcel carrier services or in-house distribution fleet ownership.
    The Rise of the Virtual Logistics Team
    Remote working for administrative and support staff is on the rise triggering innovative ideas on areas of logistics and supply chain management.

    job support

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    A certificate in Supply Chain Management pushes you to the limelight. The expertise from both the theoretical and practical perspectives that you imbibe in the duration of the course gives you an advantage over your peers. But, we advocate the importance of an industrial exposure before you venture into this field which is so filled with dynamism.

    Besides training you in the best professional manner we provide you with prospective job recommendations, which is up to your efficiency to capitalize on. 

    It will be practically farce if any training institute, such as ours, claim to provide you with job opportunities as soon as you complete the training session. This happens for the very reason that- we are an open platform, enabling anyone who wishes to learn, pursue a course they wish to. There is no prior filtering of candidates. It is only after course completion, that we can assess the ability of a candidate. And, have faith, if you deserve and qualify our levels of expertise, we will be the first to do the utmost to help you figure out a ground for yourself.



    Using Supply chain management online certification training, the job seekers would make their career dreams come true as the training compellingly serves the most conformity requirements of the logistics and operations industry.

    A certification is as essential as a hands on knowledge, acquiring both of which is mandatory for you to join the industry as a professional supply chain manager.
    Professionals with hands-on experience clearly have higher chances of getting induced in lucrative spaces, but, a certified individual definitely has a skill that has been a subject to validation by experts in the industry.


    What are the highlights of the teaching methodology ?

    Study Material: Study material books, specially designed for distant learners are accessible in your dasboard

    E-Learning modules: e-Learning, provides interactive learning experiences on key concepts of the curriculum.

    E-Mentoring:  e-Mentoring involves giving academic support necessary for distant learners via e-mail.

    Online Classroom Sessions: Online classroom sessions are conducted for all courses throughout the year. In Virtual Classroom environment students are able to attend a live online classroom and interact with an expert faculty via internet. Students can ask questions, have interaction and even replay an archived lecture.

    Is there a refund policy?

    When can we start?

    We abide by a policy of 100% refund. 

    The fees have to be paid at the time of enrollment. The provision of refund arises in the occasion, the candidate is willing to withdraw from the course before it commences.

    What are the minimum system requirements for the online mode of study?

    The earlier, the better! Enroll rightaway. We will be happy to support you. The course stats section has the dates and timings vividly mentioned. In case you face an inconvenience in following, get in touch with us ASAP!

    Can I change my batch?

    Recommended 1GB of RAM or above.
    Minimum internet speed required is 712 Kbps or above.
    Flash player of version 10.0 or above.(Download the flash player from this link Click Here).
    Processor type: Intel Dual Core processor or above.
    Internet browser: IE version 8.0 and above, Mozilla Firefox, Opera.
    OS requirement: Windows XP with service Pack 3,Windows7 & 8.

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    We serve your suitability. In case you are facing time issues or any other difficulty our counselors do their utmost to help you.

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