The ASCM Enterprise Certification is the industry’s first and only corporate supply chain designation that measures social responsibility, economic sustainability, and ecological stewardship. This program aims to empower organizations to reach goals, improve results, and be more competitive in today’s global business world. This unique designation incorporates Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) content and all certification bodies of knowledge.
Earning the Enterprise Certification can help your organization:
Evaluations of the ethical practices of an organization’s supply chain include the review of the supply chain for: anti-corruption and anti-trust, codes of conduct, confidentiality of information, human rights and labor practices, intellectual property and patents, and responsible marketing and sales engagement.
Evaluations of the economic practices of an organization’s supply chain include the review of the supply chain for: business integrity and company reputation, board and corporate leadership, enterprise risk and crisis management, materiality index, responsible tax, supply chain strategy and differentiated operating models.
Evaluations of the ecological practices of an organization’s supply chain include the review of the supply chain for: circular economy, climate strategy, energy, water and waste, material usage, and product life-cycle stewardship.
Pricing for the Enterprise Certification program includes the registration application fee and maintenance over the three-year certification cycle.
The registration application fee is waived for ASCM corporate members.
For more information, please contact the Corporate Development team.
This 5-minute questionnaire allows you to rate your supply chain maturity in a small sampling of categories within the three pillars of the ASCM Enterprise Certification Standards, providing insight into the Enterprise Certification and give a snapshot of the topics covered during the certification process.