- Enable the participants to design their supply chain and distribution networks and decide to operate these or seek distribution partners
- See how different data sources such as demographic, consumption patterns, costing and transportation data can be integrated inside the supply chain and distribution model
- Participants will be able to classify costs in their network and be able to allocate the costs down to the individual stock keeping units
What You Will Learn
- Territory Selection, Observing Consumption Patterns, Demographics, and Applying Seasonality of Demand
- Conceptual theories and applications of Cost Accounting, Operations Management Theory, and Capacity Planning in distribution and supply chain modeling
- Infrastructure Development and Creating Distribution Network Interdependencies
- Managing a Transportation Fleet Planning for Carrying Capacities
- Drawing a Model and Creating Several Supporting Schedules of Assumptions and Supply Chain Forecasts, including its impact on the financial statements: balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement
- Be able to anticipate demand and allocate logistics resources to clients of different areas using data-driven decision parameters.
- Understand the role of forecasts and linking it to capacity planning.
- Quickly estimate the logistics and infrastructure costs to serve a particular region and allocate overheads to the Revenue Centers.
- Decide when to operate your own distribution network or when to seek other distributors to manage the supply chain process.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for entrepreneurs, business leaders, supply chain, and logistics professionals, managers, supervisors, and specialists who are in charge of expanding their business operations in different locations and designing their distribution network.