Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Logistics and Supply Chain is estimated to be the world’s largest economic sector in the years to come. The growth of Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Consumer (B2C) is exponential, owing to the rise of logistics business automation, with many industries and OEMs leveraging technology innovations. The market share of Logistics and Supply Chain is expected to reach $215 billion by 2021, as opposed to $11.4 billion in 2017.

College has been great, you picked up solid theoretical knowledge to help you understand and relate to the industry of your liking. But the position of a professional and work life is far too different from your academia. When you land your first job, you’ll realize that there is so much more than what meets the eye. A certain level of exposure to the actual business process can take you a long way. If you learnt about the fundamentals of supply chain within university curricula, what you need to know is how you ‘apply’ those fundamentals to a real job.

Our courses are designed to position you with ‘marketable’ skills to employers. Recruiters are favoring graduates who have the right blend of theory and practical exposure. While supply chain is vast, iKalpa’s courses cover critical business scenarios using processes like Procurement to Pay (P2P), Quote to Cash (Q2C), Idea to Offer (I2O), Demand to Produce (D2P), etc. Designed by industry champions who know the complexities and best practices in a multi-enterprise supply chain ecosystem, these courses will provide you with the technical skills and competency for the new workplace.

An online article said and we quote, “Our goal is to build the Internet of People (IoP) to find the person who has the answer you are looking for.”SupplyChainToday.com 

That is 100% true! Regardless of automation and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), people with skills are the still the most valued assets. Are you ready to be the change and the part of the solution?