ILSCMI for Employers
In today’s competitive labour market, well-trained employees are the key to your organization’s success. Not only will ILSCMI training and certification enhance your employees’ professional and technical skills, but it will also demonstrate your commitment to the professional development of your employees. All of this adds up to a highly skilled workforce with greater motivation and involvement who will drive efficiencies to improve your bottom line.
ILSCMI Corporate Services will help you find solutions for your business challenges. At ILSCMI, we help organizations engage with the global operations management community. We will design a custom program to meet your education, certification, and membership needs. Then, we will help you deliver that program throughout your facilities worldwide. Since 2001, companies have relied on ILSCMI to increase bottom-line efficiencies and effectiveness. We help companies meet these goals through superior training, internationally recognized certifications, comprehensive resources, and a worldwide network of accomplished industry experts.
What is Logistics and Supply Chain ?
Logistics is the art and science of managing and controlling the flow of goods, energy, information and other resources from the source of production to the marketplace. Many logisticians work in supply chain management, executive management, consulting, transportation, traffic, customs, distribution, manufacturing, purchasing, and warehousing. They work in small, medium and large companies.
Why Logistics and Supply Chain is critical to today's Global Economy
The convergence of economic, political and technological forces in the mid-1990s dramatically increased the importance of logistics. The delivery of goods overtook production as the most critical factor in business success. Almost overnight, the responsibility of logistics grew from simply getting a product out the door to the science of controlling the optimal flow of goods, energy, and information through the purchasing, planning and transportation management. In the wake of this change, the role of logistics went from local to global, tactical to strategic, and from the backroom to the boardroom.
As supply chain management continues to be one of the most critical business disciplines in the manufacturing and service sectors, the demand for qualified professionals and opportunities for career mobility are increasing. The higher you climb up the corporate ladder, the more you need to be aware of all supply chain functions and how they integrate. Once removed from the concerns of top management, supply chain issues are shared by all level professionals and top managers, making them equal members of the executive team participating in strategic and operational decisions at the highest level. Supply chain globalization has transformed how and where value is created – globalization is now embedded directly into an organization’s value proposition. The demand for supply chain professionals with capabilities of looking beyond borders and their functional roles increases as the rapid rate of globalization continues.