AAPSCM® Training Virtual – American Certified Supply Chain Analyst (ACSCA)®

  /  AAPSCM® Training Virtual – American Certified Supply Chain Analyst (ACSCA)®

Get qualified automatically after earning ACSCA®

About ACSCA®

The role of a Supply Chain Analyst, also known as a Supply Chain Specialist, is to ensure that a company's supply meets the demand of its customers. They are responsible for overseeing the company's supply chains, ensuring timely delivery, and staying within budget. Supply Chain Analysts analyze data and methods to predict and enhance a company's delivery of products and services to its customers.

The smooth and efficient operation of an organization's supply chain is crucial for profitability, making the role of a supply chain analyst essential. By obtaining the ACSCA® certification, you will gain global recognition for your ability to utilize data in supporting recommendations for optimizing production, supplies, and transportation methods within your organization.

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Topics evaluated in ACSCA®

American Association of Procurement and Supply Chain Management (AAPSCM)®

Demand Planning

1) Demand Planning Process.
2) Demand Planning Software/Application.
3) Advanced algorithms and AI/ML.

Supply Planning or Master Product Schedule

1)MPS, MRP, and DRP’s Role in agile Supply Chain process flow.
2) Common MPS Output Reports.
3) The Difference Between MRP and MPS.

Transportation and logistics

1) How Supply Chain Management and Logistics Are Different.
2) Logistical Components of the Supply Chain.
3) How to Streamline Supply Chain Management with Logistics.

Plan inventory flow of goods and services

1) Define product sourcing and storage methods.
2) Decide how to track inventory data.
3) Create an internal SKU system.

Inventory Management

1) Advanced Inventory & Order Fulllment.
2) Key Features of Eective Inventory Management.
3) Intelligent, Self-correcting AI for Inventory Monitoring.

Distribution Requirement Planning (DRP)

1) Distribution Requirements Planning (DRP) in Supply Chain.
2) Advanced Planning & Schedule Systems (APS) & DRP in the Supply Chain.

Develop data-driven rules to manage Mod 6 volatility.

1) How Can a Data-Driven Supply Chain Strategy Increase Your Competitive Edge?.
2) Issues with Data Analysis.

Supply Chain Network Design

1) Evaluating the end-to-end supply chain.
2)Using advanced analytics and human knowledge to make data-driven decisions.
3)Balancing cost, service, risk, and ESG elements.
4)Using optimization tools to design the best network of facilities.

( Virtual | Online) ACSCA® Preparation Workshop and Exam Fee :-


1-3 Day Training




Dallas, Texas Charter and Conference Center (AAPSCM)® Hall 5
106 Martingale Trl Oak Point, TX 75068


Jason matyus

Career spans many disciplines. I started out as a public-school teacher. After leaving teaching I worked for 20 years as a business professional working for two Fortune 500 Companies. Within those 20 years, I had varying roles that touched Project Management, logistics and Supply Chain, Procurement, Corporate Trainer, and Leadership. After receiving my MBA in Leadership and my Doctorate in Business Management I have spent the last 5 years in higher education. In addition to my work in business, I have been on the Board of Directors for Cornerstone Care and the Carmichaels Area School District Board of Education. I currently serve on the Farmville Urban Development Board.