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SCOR® – Supply Chain Operations Reference

Practical SCM, an APICS international channel partner is offering a SCOR-P workshop in Israel. The workshop is designated for Managers from the disciplines of Operations, Production, Logistics, Supply Chain and continuous improvement leaders,The Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model is widely recognized as the global standard for supply chain management. The SCOR model enables users to address, improve and communicate supply chain management practices

The SCOR® model is globally recognized as the standard framework that links supply chain process, metrics, best practices and technology into a unified structure. Since 1996, over 5,000 companies worldwide have used SCOR®

 What will we learn in the SCOR® workshop
  • Supply chain processes – Supply chains are described using the standard SCOR processes (Plan, Source, Make, Deliver, Return, and Enable). Process training delves into each component. Process education also addresses process modeling.

  • Supply chain performance metrics – SCOR metrics describe and address reliability, responsiveness, agility, cost and asset efficiency. The application of metrics and supply chain benchmark is discussed.

  • Supply chain practices – Process maturity is examined, and class participants are trained on how to assess supply chain activities and apply best practices.

  • Supply chain people skills –The SCOR model offers insight on organizational design and the people skills and competencies required for successful supply chain operation.

  • The class will investigate a SCOR project case study.

Typical SCOR® Implementation Benefits
  • Average Operating Income improvement -  3% to sales

  • Typical inventory turn improvements -  20%

  • Delivery reliability improvement -  25%

  • Improvement in flexibility – 20%

  • 30% faster system implementations with 30% more functionality

  • Continuous improvement portfolios at a value of 0.5%

  • Mitigation of costs associated with risk management

Additional Details

Date:          13-15 February 2018

Location:     Herzliya, Israel

Cost:           3,500 USD for APICS members

Early birds:  3,250 USD for registration until Dec 31st

Instructor:   Derk Kuiper

The workshop will be delivered by Mr. Derk Kuiper from the Netherlands.  Derk Kuiper is an APICS Master Instructor with over 10 years of experience in delivering APICS courses and certifications.​