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Fall Classes Starting Soon!

Basics of Supply Chain Management, Execution and Control of Operations, and Strategic Management of Resources all start soon. Sign up now!


The APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) program provides you with the ability to understand and evaluate your organization's production and inventory activities. CPIM education is essential if you are involved in: production and inventory management, operations, supply chain management, procurement, materials management or purchasing.

What is Basics of Supply Chain Management?

Basics of Supply Chain Management (BSCM) covers basic concepts in managing the complete flow of materials in a supply chain. In Basics you get a complete overview of material flow, from internal and external suppliers, to and from your organization.

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Symposium: Growth: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly for Manufacturing & Logistics

The APICS Inland Empire Chapter is hosting its Fall Executive Panel and Networking Symposium on Saturday, November 14th, 2015 in Corona, California, on how to develop scalable growth in a company. This morning symposium includes a networking breakfast, special presentations, and expert panelist discussions. Read more about this symposium here. Register for this APICS Inland

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Sales and Operations Processes: Ignore at Your Own Risk…

Excerpt of case study: The Sales and Operations process is not well understood in many companies. The information collected by the Sales department is often inaccurate and incomplete, because, unfortunately, forecasting and gathering data is not the first priority of a sales department, but rather… Read full case study.

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You Can Only Take Excel So Far

Excerpt of Case Study: Excel is an excellent data analysis tool. If you need to dissect, or “slice and dice,” amounts of data there is probably no better tool available for regular business users. However, Excel used in business processes has two inherent weaknesses… Read full article.

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Training Success Stories

Here are some recent success stories from manufacturers that have trained their staff on APICS courses. President of fitness equipment manufacturer: Due to our expanded growth in the e-commerce area, we find ourselves in the enviable position of having over 200% growth over the past 6 months. We now handle for all of the


APICS Courses Start January 2016

APICS classes start in January 2016. APICS Course Offerings Basics of Supply Chain Management Basics of Supply Chain Management is the first course in the CPIM lineup. Students learn: How to manage the complete flow of materials in the supply chain from suppliers to customers The “ins and outs” of the manufacturing, distribution, service, and

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PDM Tour of Major Fulfillment Warehouse on Monday, October 5, 2015

The major PDM tour that we have been promising to our APICS clients, and that we have been negotiating for the past six months, is now a reality. Please join us on Monday, October 5, 2015, for a tour of a major fulfillment warehouse. We are not at liberty to divulge the organization by name,

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Inventory Demand Planner: Job Listing – City of Industry

Inventory Demand Planner City of Industry, CA Position Summary: The Inventory Demand Planner position requires a clear understanding of inventory management and the impacting areas of procurement, logistics, and production as well as inventory’s impact on financial objectives. The position is critical to managing, maintaining and optimizing appropriate inventory levels in a complex environment. Duties

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Business Analyst: Job Listing – City of Industry

Business Analyst Unical Headquarters, City of Industry, CA Position Summary: This position uses, obtains, manipulates, analyses, and summarizes data and information and makes recommendations based on findings to stakeholders in Management, Sales, Operations, Planning, Procurement, IT and Finance. Duties and Responsibilities: Complete time-sensitive ad hoc and ongoing complex analysis of data-heavy requirements across various parameters