Over the past ten years, the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Programme of ITC has helped train over 25,000 business managers worldwide. Executives learn to manage the sourcing, movement and storage of goods from source of production to point of consumption. For enterprises, this means practical solutions to overcome challenges of export market demands; for buyers, this means optimized sourcing options. For local trade institutions, ITC is a solid partner offering best-in-class supply chain training and advisory programmes.
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  • Mapics Consultancy Sdn Bhd - (01-01-2011)
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    Mapics Consultancy Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)

    Year 2008 - Study Tour to Vietnam, with the support of College of Business Administration for Managers (CBAM)

    This fast track program cum study tour was specially designed for all organizational members involving in the management and development of the purchasing and supply chain management systems based on ITC's MLS-IPSCM modules. Following the general outlines set by The International Trade Centre (ITC) for their highest diploma certification, participants opted for certification examinations, this program will assist them to have a better understanding of the course materials and how theories are put into practice at the workplace. In addition, the program provides an overview of the key concepts of the different modules and their practical applications at the workplace, and the participants will benefit from the class interactions and sharing of organizational realities as well as learning exchanges through study tour with CBAM MLS-IPSCM students. 

    Year 2011 - ITC's Global Roundtable 2011

    MAPICS hosted the 3-day ITC's Global Rountable 2011 on 6-8 Apr 2011 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with the support of ITC and State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), the Government of Switzerland.

    The objectives of this Roundtable are to:

    • Exchange views on the key SCM challenges the world in 2011 related to SCM and sustainability and discuss related  best practises and solutions
    • Share experiences & best practices in developing, promoting and making MLS-SCMè-based training happen successfully  across the MLS-SCM network
    • Share ideas on how to develop a stronger global trainer network and more trainer support
    • Develop closer cooperation across network members and develop win-win regional and global networks
    • Showcase real  impact of MLS-SCM programme at enterprise level
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  • IPSCM CONSULT - (01-01-2011)
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    IPSCM CONSULT (Tanzania, United Republic of)
    IPSCM Consult International Procurement and Supply Chain Management Consult IPSCM mission. We at IPSCM consult are driven by the urge to deliver services with long term impact and satisfaction. We direct our efforts to providing the kind of services our customers want, not what those we think they want. To do this we do and will need partners we whom we work hand in hand to develop high quality solutions, deliver them swiftly at costs which are value for the money spent. IPSCM vision. Given the turnaround in events in this country and indeed in most third world countries, where business competitiveness and hence development does not depend on factors like availability of materials, machinery and money, but rather the quality of human skills, thorough knowledge of business management techniques and possession of appropriate skills, which facilitate business competitiveness and success. We therefore see ourselves growing into a national and multinational consulting firm providing general and tailor made services Small Mid-size and Large organizations in all the areas of the Supply Chain. Our Dedication Most developing countries, Tanzania inclusive, mostly depend on the Small and Mid-Size Enterprises (SMEs) for their development. These have a big share in a country’s overall GDP, and therefore need support for better results. IPSCM Consult is heavily dedicated to this sector of the economies. You can talk about success, think about it, hope for it but if you really want to have it, you must use the right people, the right systems and the right tools. We do not simply talk about it .We make it a reality because we do not underestimate the importance of local knowledge. We build on it by first taking measurements and then taking measures. It is not about getting ahead – it is about making a difference, by knowing the strength and weaknesses of your team, and expanding your organization capacity to excel! More...