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Win for apics members

29-07-2013
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The Australasian Production and Inventory Control Society (apicsAU) and the Supply Chain Council (SCC) have agreed to provide uniform member discount access to the training and certification programs offered by the associations.
 
This alliance extends an already existing relationship between APICS (The Association for Operations Management) and SCC and will allow for the deepening of skill sets, knowledge and certification opportunities for members of both associations locally.
 
Through this alliance apicsAU members can take advantage of the Supply Chain Council’s supply chain methodology, diagnostics and benchmarking based on the SCOR standards. These offerings compliment the apicsAU education and certification programs, which provide a foundation for the supply chain improvement activities that SCC promotes.
 
More details about this relationship and benefits for members can be found at:

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