Educational Offerings


CPIM Tucson


  CPIM 1    10 January - 13 March 2020

  CPIM 2     3 April - 5 June 2020


CSCP Tucson


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CLTD Tucson


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Demand Driven Institute


Demand Driven Planner workshop


22-23 January 2020


CPIM Nogales Sonora









3 September - 17 December 2019


CSCP Nogales Sonora


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Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model


Process reference models integrate the well-known concepts of business process engineering, benchmarking, process measurement and organizational design into a cross-functional framework.  The Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model is unique in that it links business processes, performance metrics, practices, and people skills into a unified structure. It is hierarchical in nature, interactive and interlinked.


The Most Recognized Supply Chain Framework


  • Increase the speed of system implementations
  • Improve business agility
  • Accelerate business process effectiveness
  • Improve inventory turns
  • Support organizational learning goals
  • Improve overall operational performance


How to move the needle with SCOR


Proven results from Global 2000 companies with SCOR behind the supply chain:


  • Rank at the top of their industry group in shareholder value
  • Average operating sales income improvement of 3%
  • Outperform competitors in all major supply chain indices
  • Faster system implementations by 30%, with 30% more functionality
  • Inventory turn improvements of 20%
  • Improvement in delivery reliability by 25%

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