Alliances

As part of our commitment to excellence, we maximize our strategic alliances and channel partners to continually improve our standard of performance.

Our affiliation with exclusive industry associations and channel partners, directly links us to colleagues, competition, and customers, the key influencers in growing our business. Utilizing these resources is one way we maintain our position as a true industry leader in supply chain planning.


End-to-End Global Solutions to Optimize Your Service Parts Supply Chain. Put your post sales support in the hands of UPS, and you’ll get the complete range of global services that you need to meet – and exceed – your customers’ expectations. We offer a broad portfolio of post sales services to ensure that your customers have as little equipment downtime as possible. UPS can help your business reduce the total cost of maintaining a world-class service parts supply chain and plan for growth and international expansion.

www.ups.com


APICS
The Educational Society for Resource Management is a not-for-profit international educational organization respected throughout the world for its education and professional certification programs. APICS’ certification programs, training tools, and networking opportunities increase workplace performance.

www.apics.org


Founded in 1963, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) is the preeminent association for individuals involved in supply chain management. CSCMP provides educational, career development, and networking opportunities to its over 9,000 members and to the entire profession.

www.cscmp.org


a&m mays
The Texas A&M Supply Chain Consortium is a partnership between the Mays Business School’s supply chain group and the corporate community. The Consortium’s mission is to equip students to pursue satisfying careers in supply chain management while providing companies with ready access to the talent, relevant knowledge, industry best practices, and cutting-edge research needed to meet the supply chain challenges of the future.

http://mays.tamu.edu/supply-chain-consortium/

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