SCOR Digital Standard (SCOR DS) Online Course
To move the needle on supply chain performance, organisations require savvy operators, supervisors and leaders who understand global standards. The Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model is the only comprehensive, universally accepted and open-access supply chain standard. SCOR gives organisations the ability to assess and improve their company’s supply chain, leading directly to improved business performance.
The new SCOR DS features the biggest update to SCOR since inception and modernizes the framework to include sustainability standards and the digital body of knowledge. This version shifts thinking from a linear supply chain model to a more synchronous network. Developed by a diverse group of subject matter experts, SCOR DS also updates processes, metrics, skills and practices to ensure coverage across industries.
Globally 5000+ organisations have used SCOR to improve their supply chains.
SCOR DS has recently undergone a comprehensive update; modernizing the framework to include sustainability and the digital body of Knowledge. This version shifts thinking from a linear supply chain model to a more synchronous network, leading directly to improved business performance.
Implementing SCOR drives results and improves operations.
Typical results include:
- Operating income improvement
- Two-to-six times return on investment in the first year
- Improvement in return on assets for fixed-asset technology investments
- 30% faster digital transformation project implementations
- Reduction in information technology operating expenses through improved use of standard system functions
- Ongoing profit improvement of 0.5%-1% per year
Course Dates & Duration
- 10 - 11 May 2023
- 7:00 am - 2:30 pm Sydney Time
- Prerequisite: work experience in supply chain
ASCI Member: $2,999
Non Member: $3,399
* Must be ASCM Member to sign up for the course. Prices include online course and learning materials (digital only) but not ASCM membership.
Last day to register: 21 April 2023
Attendees will receive a certificate of completion after the class and can accrue 14 CPD points towards the maintenance of their professional registration.
No refund will be issued if the student withdraws after purchasing the course.
What is the SCOR model?
The SCOR model describes the business activities associated with all phases involved in satisfying customer demand. It has been used by thousands of public and private organizations around the world to assess and improve their supply chains, directly leading to improved operational performance. The updated SCOR model focuses on seven primary management processes: Orchestrate, Plan, Order, Source, Transform, Fulfill and Return.
How do organisations use SCOR?
The adoption of SCOR as the end-to-end process blueprint dramatically increases the use of standard system functionality and enables more targeted investments in digital capabilities. By combining elements of business process engineering, leading practices, benchmarking, people skills and a variety of metrics into a succinct framework, SCOR makes it possible to pinpoint core process areas that require optimisation to further organisational goals.
The SCOR framework is available only to ASCM members. Contact us to learn more.