This Specialization is intended for people seeking to integrate supply chain management with data analytics. Through five courses, you will discover and solve problems in various domains of a supply chain, from source, make, move to sell. Upon completion, you will learn concrete data analytics skills and tools to improve supply chain performance.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Understand the pain points of a supply chain and how analytics may relieve them.
- See supply chain + analytics job opportunities and requirement, and make data-driven career decisions.
- Discover and prioritize problems for enterprises in a competitive environment.
- Plan for demand and supply, and design effective logistics strategies for large-scale distribution systems.
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