Supply Chain Management and Business-to-Business E-Commerce
A growing number of companies and associations thought about venturing into e-commerce but often found themselves stump with concerns that hampers them from doing so.
- An organization or start-up wants to put up an e-commerce portal and put products from a wide variety of suppliers on the site. Do they put all the products in one place for easy shipping or let the suppliers fulfill orders?
- Orders come in with payments tallied manually (coming from bank or cash remittance). Deliveries made but customers claiming not being able to receive it, arriving late, or damage. What processes can be put in place to manage this situation?
- Orders place to suppliers ahead for a coming big shopping season. Pre-orders were accepted from customers. However, some international suppliers shipped items did not arrive and eventually order cancelled, wrong items delivered, some arriving late, Bureau of Customs charging higher taxes than usual. As a result, affecting the fulfillment of orders. How do you prevent this situation?
How do you venture into e-commerce considering all the above elements? What factors should be in the cost, processes, and kind of people needed to manage a high-growth potential and ambitious e-commerce project?
Supply chain, purchasing, retail, operations, and finance professionals are invited to take part in this exclusive boot camp that aims to tackle how businesses and their supply chains processes, cost and personnel be prepared to venture into e-commerce.
This learning program will be conducted in partnership with AIE College and Asian Institute of E-Commerce. This is also the module 2 lecture equivalent for those taking the Certified E-Commerce Specialist, Entrepreneur, Professional Program.
The program will be conducted at the following locations:
- PASIG – June 6, 2015 at Business Innovations Gateway (B.I.G.), 3/F Unit F2 #8101 Pearl Plaza Building, Pearl Drive, Pasig City (across UA&P) from 9 AM to 5 PM. (with option to attend the corresponding weekly webinar sessions and access to the e-learning system from June 8 to June 29, 2015)
- ONLINE – June 8 to June 29, 2015 (every Monday from 8:30 PM – 10:00 PM)
- DAGUPAN – August 8, 2015 at AIE College, Tambac District, Dagupan City from 9 AM to 5 PM. (with option to attend the corresponding weekly webinar sessions and access to the e-learning system.)
- Aspiring and current Supply chain, purchasing, retail, operations, and finance professionals wanting to learn improvements necessary in the supply chain to enable business-to-business e-commerce.
- Supply chain, purchasing, retail, operations, and finance professionals who would like to maximize e-commerce to generate sales, serve customers better, and improve the supply chain.
- Supply chain, purchasing, retail, operations, and finance professionals wanting to learn developments in e-commerce and adjustments that need to be made when used as a channel to attract prospects and convert them to customers.
This 1-day session and one-month e-learning class covers the following:
1. Introduction to Supply Chain Management and Business-to-Business E-Commerce
- Supply Chain and Logistics 101.
- Business to Business E-Commerce.
- Improving customer service, retention, and value.
2. Supply Chain Management Processes
- Managing supply and demand.
- Supplier selection.
- Supply Chain cost management.
- Risk management.
3. Supply Chain Management Network Design
- Virtual supply chain
- Supplier development.
- Supply chain integration.
4. Supply Chain Management Plan Creation
- Converting suppliers to partners.
- Reduce, change, and eliminate activities that cause cost.
- Creating a sustainable supply chain.
REGISTRATION and FEEs
- To join this training, please fill up the form below.
- The fee for this training is P3,000 (meals are not included).
- An official receipt from Asian Institute of E-Commerce / AIE College will be issued to all participants recognizing payment received.
- DigitalFilipino Club Members (updated in their membership payment) shall be entitled to a 20% discount.