Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management (SCM) is typically perceived as the ability to control inventory from the raw state of material to the consumption of the combination of materials in one end product by the consumer. When we think in those broad terms we essentially think of planning and controlling material so that it moves with the maximum speed and lowest cost from the ground up through various levels of manufacture and distribution. However, SCM also needs to plan and control the resources required to manufacture and distribute the products being delivered to the customers in the chain and the end consumer. 

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