A certification of participation is awarded by APICS after successful completion of this course.
APICS Certified SCORP Training/Review Program
APICS PLUS members – ₹1,50,000 INR (Plus applicable GST if paid by company)
APICS CORE members and Non-member – ₹2,00,000 INR (Plus applicable GST if paid by company)
- The fees includes the cost of training, SCOR model, SCOR quick reference guide, SCOR
participant guide and the SCOR-P examination fees
- Register before 01st February to get early bird discount of 10%
- Register in groups to avail special discounts (Flat 20% discount on 5 or more registrations)
*You can combine both discounts
* GST extra (credit can be taken resulting in no additional cost) when paid by corporates. Terms and
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**SCOR-P training at revised low cost, upgraded & latest SCOR 12.0 framework**
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*This course is hosted by an APICS Partner: KnoWerX. Training is presented in English.
The Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model is the world’s leading supply chain framework,
and it just got better! SCOR Professional Training sessions will now incorporate exciting updates to
the SCOR model. Updates include:
Process workflows generated by the SCOR BPM Accelerator, ensuring accurate data
Improved alignment with the service industry and digital environment
More reliable Total Cost model
Dive into omni-channel, metadata, block chain, and other critical current topics
Sustainability standards based on The Gobal Reporting Initiative
The SCOR model uniquely links business processes, performance metrics, practices and people skills
into a unified structure. Companies that apply SCOR have the following documented benefits:
Average operating sales income improvement of 3%
Typical inventory turn improvements of 20%
30% faster system implementations with 30% more functionality
Ravindra K. Tulsyan, CFPIM, CIRM, CSCP, SCOR-P, CDDP, PLS, CLTD Ravindra Tulsyan is the Chairman and Chief Mentor of KnoWerX Education (India) Pvt. Ltd., the only APICS Premier Channel Partner in India. He is a highly effective change leader and ERP/SCM/ business process guru. In his career starting 1982, he has had very wide and deep insight of business problems of more than 150 companies, in India and abroad, in all kinds of manufacturing, distribution and service businesses. He is the pioneer of ERP and business process movement in India.
He has worn many hats; has been an entrepreneur, consultant, implementer, visiting faculty, speaker and writer at many occasions. Many organizations in India as well as abroad had the opportunity to be guided by him and his team to improve their business processes. His book titled “How to Eat the Elephant?” is one of the most acclaimed books on the subject of enterprise systems implementation.
During the SCOR 12.0 Professional Training, you will develop actionable steps to improve supply
chain processes and management by learning from real-life examples and projects.
Attend this session to learn the standardized language of supply chain and how to:
- Use SCOR to identify and solve problems in your supply chain
- Identify and support organizational learning goals
- Improve supply chain efficiency from a process and cost perspective
- Organize a typical SCOR project
- Implement well-defined and repeatable processes
One Authorization to Text (ATT) for the SCOR-P endorsement exam is included in your SCOR-P
training registration purchase. Candidates may purchase a SCOR-P retake exam for an additional fee.
Participants receive a copy of the SCOR model, a quick reference guide in printed and soft copy
Click on https://www.apics.org/credentials-education/education-programs/scor-professional-
training/course-outline for a full outline of the SCOR three-day course.
Don’t miss your chance to gain an in-depth understanding of the SCOR model and demonstrate your
commitment to your organization’s supply chain performance.