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OPMA 3306 Group Presentation

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Saaransh Showkeen

on 21 July 2014

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Transcript of OPMA 3306 Group Presentation

Supply Chain Management
Logistics
ERP Systems
Forecasting
Data Analytics
Quality Manegement
Project Management
Optimization Models
Operations Management
Simulations
Inventory Management
The
journey
begins
....
The movement of goods through the supply chain.
Logistics is essential to a growing business.
Choosing the best mode of transportation with the least amount of cost.
Logistics account for 8%-9% of the US Gross Domestic Product, and growing.
Inventory
Management
A system used to manage a stream of products and services in and out of an organization.
A business's inventory is it's major asset. It's an investment that is tied up until it is sold.
Proper inventory management tactics generate receipts, invoices, and purchase orders.
Become an Inventory Control Personnel, or just hire an inventory consultant. It is very rewarding.
Inventory Management: Best practices with Cox Hardware.
Supply
Chain
Management
Activities that must take place to get the right product into the right consumer’s hands in the right quantity and at the right time.
4 Frameworks: Plan, Source, Make & Deliver.These processes are "linked" to form a supply chain.
SCM's are quick-learners, possess excellent communication skills, effectively manage relationships and work in teams.
Striving to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage by building and delivering products
better
,
faster
and
cheaper.
A Behind the Scenes Look at Starbucks Global Supply Chain.
Any Questions folks
Saaransh
Kassandra
Michel
Dustin
Chun Goi
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