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SAP Logistics and Supply Chain Processing(NOC:1225)
Department ID : BM
Cost : 9,950     Total Semester : 8 months

In this program, you'll learn how to leverage SAP's extensive functionality for logistics execution, so you can optimize the physical flow of materials. You'll discover how to streamline processes for inventory and warehouse management, inbound and outbound logistics, and transportation management. As a result, you can maintain a high level of customer satisfaction, improve capital efficiency and productivity, and reduce costs.

Admission Requirements
The following are the admission requirements for the SAP Logistics and Supply Chain Processing:

- A university degree or college diploma in related field or several years of related experience

- Professional users and/or consultants who already have experience in related fields

Learning Outcomes and Career Opportunities
At the end of the program, student will be able to work as Purchasing Managers, Supervisors of purchasing and inventory clerks, material management officer, contract management officer, purchasing agent.

Note: The curriculum for this program is continually modified to reflect current trends. Students should refer to their student handbook for the curriculum they are required to complete.The program content and schedule also can be customized for personal or corporate training requirements. For more detail information, please fill out Request Form or call 416-225-9920.

Please select the term in which you want to enroll.
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