APICS Learn It

APICS Learn It app

 

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APICS Learn It

Download the free APICS Learn It app to access more than 4,500 terms and definitions from the APICS Dictionary, view the term of the day, and improve your APICS vocabulary with a game of flashcards.  

  • Over 4,500 terms and definitions from the APICS Dictionary
  • Term of the day
  • Offline access—no Internet connection needed to use
  • Suggestions are displayed as you search for terms
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Over 4,500 terms

The APICS Dictionary, 14th edition, contains more than 4,500 terms and definitions relevant to supply chain and operations management professionals working in today’s global environment. Released 50 years after the first edition, the 14th edition adds more than 250 terms over the previous release, adding to the dynamic APICS body of knowledge; ensuring a common language to refer to emerging concepts, technologies and services in the field; and facilitating clear and professional communication to key customers, vendors and stakeholders in the organization. The APICS Dictionary, 14th edition, enables professionals to improve productivity, consistency, and knowledge across the supply chain.

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Flashcards

Play a round of flashcards to enhance your knowledge in six areas of study: APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP), Basics of Supply Chain Management, Execution and Control of Operations, Detailed Scheduling and Planning, Master Planning of Resources and Strategic Management of Resources.

Gameplay includes 10, 25 or all cards from any of the above specific categories or all categories combined.

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Term of the day

Each day you launch the Learn It app, you‘ll be able to learn or refresh yourself on a term from the APICS Dictionary. More than 4,500 terms and definitions relevant to supply chain and operations management professionals working in today‘s global environment.

The APICS Dictionary has earned widespread acceptance as the de facto standard for the supply chain and operations management fields. Supply chain professionals and their organizations use it to ensure a common language that facilitates clear and consistent communication.