American Certified Data Analytics Managers (ACDSM)®
Why is it different?
The ACDSM® certification is tailored for professionals who specialize in data analytics and its application in decision-making processes. ACDSM® holders possess advanced knowledge of data analysis techniques, statistical modeling, data visualization, and data-driven insights. With their expertise, ACDSM®-certified individuals can effectively collect, interpret, and utilize data to drive strategic decisions, optimize business operations, and identify opportunities for growth and improvement.
Why go for ACDSM® Certification?
ACDSM® certification helps professionals acquire skills in Data Analytics in Supply Chain Management
The ACDSM® certification exam assumes that you have a close working relationship In the Supply Chain Industry
The American Certified Tourism Professional (ACDSM)® certification shows future employers that you have the practical knowledge, insights, and professional expertise to understand how Supply chain analytics uses data analytics to manage, improve, and support supply chain operations. Today, supply chains are of critical importance to the development and maintenance of the modern economy, providing not only luxury goods to consumers but also basic necessities like fuel and food. As distribution networks grow, so does the need for data professionals capable of ensuring they run without a hitch. That’s where supply chain managers and analysts come in.
About the exam
The American Certified Tourism Professional (ACDSM®) certification provides assessment and tests candidates on how Supply chain analytics uses data analytics methodologies and tools to improve supply chain management, operations, and efficiency. Due to their extensive reach and complex organization, the modern supply chain network produces a wealth of big data, which can be analyzed to understand trends, identify inefficiencies, and develop insightful solutions. Supply chain analysts use analytics to make data-driven decisions surrounding the development, maintenance, and optimization of global distribution networks.
You’ll learn more about supply chain analytics, explore different types that are used every day, and find a list of its benefits. You’ll also learn the principles underlying the digital transformation of supply chains, browse a list of common tools, and encounter some courses that can help get you started on this impactful career today.
Topics covered include
- Forecasting for Supply Chain Planning and Management
- Review of Statistical Foundations: Linear Regression Measuring Demand’s Price Elasticity
- Review of Multiple Regression and Step-wise Selection of Predictive Variables
- Forecasting Demand with Multiple Price Elasticity
- Model Over-fitting and Model Cross-Validation
- Dynamic Regression Forecasting Models
What Skills Will You Learn?
Who would benefit from ACDSM® Certification?
C-suite executives looking to keep pace with current trends, use supply chain data analytics as a strategic advantage and make more data-backed decisions. Mid- to senior-level managers looking to learn how supply chain analytics can help improve performance within their functional area while impacting business and growing in their roles.
Supply chain data Analysts who want to understand the business implications of analytics, better equip themselves to draw business-relevant insights and grow in their career. Consultants seeking to offer better insights to their clients that are based on the latest ideas in business analytics, and learn structured approaches of problem solving through analytics.
Why would you benefit from ACDSM® Certification?
A Supply Chain Analyst analyzes data and methods to predict and improve a company’s delivery of products and services to its customers. An organization’s supply chain needs to run smoothly and efficiently to ensure a profit, making the supply chain analyst an essential role. Analysts use data to support their recommendations for optimizing the methods within the company in terms of production, supplies, and transportation. Depending on the size and type of organization, they typically report to a manager or director of supply chain management, and may sometimes report directly to a general manager.
Exam ACDSM® AC-US11
The new ACDSM® Fundamentals exam focuses on the knowledge and skills required to identify and explain the basics of computing
Number of Questions
Maximum of 100 questions per exam
Type of Questions
Length of Test
600 (on a scale of 1000)
No prior experience necessary
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