Collaborating with organizations worldwide
ASCM collaborates with a global network of world-class organizations to initiate supply chain innovation and deliver a portfolio of products and services to our members and customers worldwide.
Through a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, we are focusing our efforts on improving public health supply chains and increasing supply chain management expertise in Africa using sustainable operating models.
Working with the global management consulting and professional services firm Accenture, we’re providing an extensive, accessible, online study program that supports the APICS CPIM review process.
Together with Deloitte, we launched the Digital Capabilities Model (DCM). Compatible with the SCOR Digital Standard, this tool helps organizations understand the complexity of digital supply networks and assess their company’s readiness for embracing all things digital. Additionally, our combined interest in preparing future supply chain professionals for excellence led to the creation of the annual ASCM Case Competition.
We partnered with PwC to create the ASCM Digital SCOR Taskforce. PwC’s proven expertise in problem-solving positioned them as experts for creating SCORmark supply chain benchmarking services to help organizations evaluate and improve their supply chain performance.
Through this collaboration, we’re delivering large scale supply chain talent programs for leadership and technical assessment while delivering superior talent development support for our ASCM members.
The Loyola Business Leadership Hub (The Hub) connects business, nonprofit and government agency experts to a global network of students. This, paired with our expertise, led to the creation of executive education programs using the APICS body of knowledge.
Through a partnership with Canada’s largest nonprofit supply chain association, we are able to cross-promote and distribute each other’s product offerings and develop joint training programs for Global 2000 and Fortune 1000 companies, as well as more than 7,000 supply chain professionals across Canada.
In 2019, we partnered with CFLP to launch part one of the first Chinese version of the APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management designation .
We are combining IBF’s demand planning, forecasting, business analytics and our mastery of supply chain management to offer the premier sales and operations planning conference.