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Supply Chain Operations & Finance

ASCM British Columbia – Virtual Educational Session

Join us on Thursday, May 20th at 6 PM PST!

Visit ASCM British Columbia to register – the session is open to members and non-members of ASCM British Columbia.

Supply Chain Operations & Finance

The Missing Link between Supply Chain Operations & Finance

As a distribution professional, you are responsible for the flow of material, people, and the budget required to get the right product to the right customer at precisely the right cost. Although effective budget adherence is critical to the success of a distribution operation, it’s not always transparent and straight-forward to track. As a result, proxy metrics are used to gauge operational effectiveness and cost per case, despite being one of the most important metrics to a distribution operation, is often left as a lagging indicator of performance. Attend this session and learn how to connect the missing link between operations and finance. You’ll also leave with a shift planning template that will help you ensure that your direct and indirect labor functions are appropriately staffed, and your budgets is consistently adhered to.

Association for Supply Chain Management is the global leader and primary information source for topics related to operations management: production, inventory, supply chain, materials management, purchasing and logistics. Since 1957, individuals and companies have relied on ASCM for training, internationally recognized certifications, comprehensive resources and a worldwide network of accomplished industry professionals.



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