Why is it different?
The CSAI® certification is internationally recognized and focuses on the examination of end-to-end (E2E) visibility in supply chains. CSAI® holders understand the importance of this core capability and know how to develop it. They also possess the confidence to lead AI-centric solutions in the supply chain, including human-machine teaming, which can reduce costs and improve overall efficiency and agility. Technology plays a significant role in our personal and professional lives, and it has transformed supply chain management. With advancements such as big data analytics, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and radio frequency identification, the role of technology in supply chain management has evolved from a linear model to a more integrated one, where information flows in multiple directions. CSAI® holders are at the forefront of these developments.
Why go for CSAI® Certification?
The next wave of technology – artificial intelligence (AI) – is already making sense of the deluge of operational data streaming in from a plethora of devices and cloud applications. This technology is also applying advanced mathematics to create products, processes, and systems that can adapt and learn.
About the exam
The CSAI® examination tests members in major instructional areas in Machine learning and its subset which is Artificial Intelligence in Supply Chain management
Machine learning is becoming mainstream in the operational technology portfolio. Baseline forecasts for new products are instrumental in determining new product introductions and go-to-market plans. When applied to demand signals, AI can determine changing demand behaviors and optimize inventory levels and replenishment plans to feed the continuous loop of product life-cycle management.
Sales and operations planning is the ultimate collaborative decision-making process. Companies can apply AI technologies to sales and operations planning and other massive supply chain data pools to manage demand volatility, supply constraints, production scheduling, and dynamic distribution. AI can augment human interaction by allocating resources, assigning people, and scheduling processes.
Machine learning capabilities apply algorithms to massive operational data feeds to discover insights to track and predict supply chain disruptions, providing new levels of visibility into day-to-day operations. These capabilities can also recommend alternative actions for unplanned events and transportation disruptions. Weather data integrated with operational data can predict potential problems and alert transportation and logistics service personnel with recommended actions.
Topics covered in the certification tests are:-
What Skills Will You Learn?
SUPPLY CHAIN AUTOMATION
LOGISTICS AND WAREHOUSE AUTOMATION
AUTOMATED QUALITY CHECKS
AUTOMATED INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
QUALITY & INVENTORY OPTIMIZATION
BULLWHIP EFFECT PREVENTION
Who would benefit from (CSAI)®
Why would you benefit from (CSAI)®?
To better understand the impact of AI and cognitive computing solutions on supply chain and operations, we surveyed senior operational executives across a wide range of industries and geographies. We asked more than 1,600 Chief Operating Officers (COOs), Chief Supply Chain Officers (CSCOs) and executives of product development, procurement and manufacturing about their current views on AI and cognitive computing, their priorities and the value that they expect to derive.
Exam ACSAI® AC-US08
The new ACSAI® 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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