sla-logo-2015030smallpng2A certification in supply chain indicates that you have completed a structured course and passed a series of exams. A supply chain certification indicates that you have developed a high degree of competency and understanding in the supply chain. The two of the most known supply chain certifications ...

youngpros7This is great news for non-degreed professionals. ISM recognizes the value of experience and education with a single certification for supply chain management professionals.

Below is the news release from ISM's website:

ISM Expands Requirements for Its Procurement and Supply Chain Certification

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women-laptopCertifications are critical to showing your skills and experience to potential employers, colleagues, and peers. Any certification shows you have met a standard. The question is which certification has the highest standards and most credibility. What if you could earn one certification that allows y...
theme-slider1111Certification Equals Results - The CPSM certification tells the world you are a professional in a core function of every organization. CPSM Certified Professionals earn 23% more than those without the certification. The Institute for Supply Management stated that a 2.5% reduction in procurement cost...

Your purchasing staff is spending an average $19.5 Million per year, so why are they not certified in supply chain management.

I came across this graphic by CAPS Research and found the information very interesting in regards to how much money procurement professionals manage.

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