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About APICS Supply Chain Council

APICS Supply Chain Council (APICS SCC) is the world’s largest unbiased nonprofit supply chain organization that advances supply chains through research, benchmarking, and publications. Business leaders, academia and global enterprises gain valuable insights, information and actionable data through APICS SCC’s unrivaled supply chain network, frameworks and resources.

APICS SCC maintains the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model, the supply chain management community’s most widely accepted framework for evaluating and comparing supply chain activities and performance.

APICS SCC, was formed through the 2014 merger between APICS and the Supply Chain Council. APICS is the leading professional association for supply chain and operations management and the premier provider of research, education and certification programs that elevate end-to-end supply chain excellence, innovation and resilience. The APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM), APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) and APICS SCOR-P credentials define the industry standard. 

Leadership

APICS SCC is governed by the APICS Supply Chain Council Board of Directors. Peter Bolstorff is the executive director of APICS SCC. The APICS SCC board is a subsidiary of the APICS Board of Directors and the APICS staff fully supports the efforts of APICS SCC.

 

SCOR Programs

SCOR-P Training

SCOR Quick Reference (affiliates and sponsors only)

SCORmark Benchmarking

Scholarship and Awards

APICS SCC offers two programs which support supply chain education and scholarship the J.R. Tony Arnold Memorial Fund and Plossl Fellowship. 

News

    APICS and APICS SCC Board of Directors Nomination Announcement

    As selected by the 2016 APICS and APICS SCC Nominating Committees and accepted by the APICS Board of Directors, the following individuals will serve on the APICS and APICS SCC Boards as of January 1, 2017:
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    APICS RECOGNIZED BY GREAT PLACE TO WORK® FOR CREATING AN INNOVATIVE WORKPLACE CULTURE

    Today APICS, the premier professional association for supply chain management, announced it has been certified as a great workplace by Great Place to Work, the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. The certification is the result of positive employee feedback on APICS’s atmosphere, management, professional opportunities, and other metrics.
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    APICS REIMAGINES ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP WITH INNOVATIVE, CUSTOMIZABLE APPROACH

    Today APICS, the premier professional association for supply chain management, announced a new membership program designed to deliver a customized membership experience to meet specific member needs. The program will provide supply chain professionals with the tools and resources needed to succeed at any career stage by providing access to benefits based on career path and goals.
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    APICS LAUNCHES NEW CERTIFICATION PROGRAM DESIGNED FOR LOGISTICS, TRANSPORTATION AND DISTRIBUTION PROFESSIONALS

    Today APICS, the premier professional association for supply chain management, announced the launch of the APICS Certified in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution (CLTD) credential program. Developed in tandem with subject matter experts over the past nine months, the new certification will set the global standard for logistics best practices and aims to elevate knowledge and skills in logistics, transportation, and distribution practitioners.
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    APICS AND MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY SHARE NEW RESEARCH IDENTIFYING STRATEGIES FOR OPTIMIZING SUPPLY CHAIN VALUE

    Today APICS, the premier professional association for supply chain management, and Michigan State University, announced findings from their latest report, “Creating Value through Procurement and Sourcing Efforts in Integrated Supply Chains,” which outlines five insights to assist procurement and supply chain management professionals in optimizing supply chain value. This is the fourth report stemming from the Beyond the Horizon research project, which investigates the current business practices of more than 50 supply chain firms from around the world to distinguish the future of supply chain management.
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