Supply Chain, Logistics & Warehouse Training

E-Logistics & Global Supply Chain Management Training

An Overview of Real-Time Systems, Automatic Data Collection, Electronic Commerce, & Technology Enablers

This interactive training is designed to provide you with an overview of electronic logistics and global supply chain management—both in terms of today’s supply streams and the demand flow information management process—so you can understand how to make the most of this powerful tool.

How It Works

A fully developed global supply chain logistics system is a fine instrument of planning and control.  By optimizing total costs in a broad area of operation, for example, the system might actually indicate that it would be cheaper to use more expensive transportation rather than constrain viable warehouse space.  It might indicate using either a blanket purchase agreement or a supplier-owned/managed inventory scheme rather than carrying high inventories.  Or, it might show that production at less-than-economic lot sizes would be justified in order to meet customer service levels with limited inventories.  It might even result in a more efficient process, making use of the internet to speed the actual fulfillment of goods to customers by integrating electronic orders via EDI and electronic commerce.

Moreover, such a system gives top management a means of control, which a disparate group of isolated, unconnected functional activities cannot.  By seeing how activities interface and by setting up a system of integrated plans, control of the entire demand flow and cycle of events can be obtained.

Of course, the global supply chain logistics concept may be easier to articulate than to implement.  Elogistics & global supply chain management will help you find ways to integrate the theoretical with the practical.

At e-logistics & global supply chain management you will learn:

  • How to manage global supply chain logistics for the 21st Century.
  • The importance of timing and methodology in automatic data collection and keyless data entry.
  • Why strategic alliances, partnering, and third party logistics providers are important to global supply chain logistics success.
  • To improve the use of key enablers and bar code technology to achieve speed and to understand the impact of ERP system integration and legacy system information transfer in applications.
  • The importance of transitioning from a transaction focus to a process focus and the impact on real time global pipeline visibility.
  • To understand the systems linkage of your supply chain and its process integration.
  • What bar coding, voice recognition, and radio frequency technologies are and how automatic data collection techniques can help cut your costs.
  • What “world class” logistics is projected to be in the 21st century.
  • Whether you measure up to the logistics celerity challenge.


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