Why this programme?

After this ‘Supply Chain Finance’ programme, you will:

  • Work with results from Activity-Based-Costing, Cost-to-Serve and Cost of Goods Sold analyses and present the outcomes to your management
  • Know how inventories and (customer/supplier) payment terms impact your company’s working capital need and other financial performance metrics such as Return on Assets or Return on Capital Employed
  • Segment customers based on their profitability, and improve distribution channels to these customers
  • Evaluate and rationalise product portfolio’s and develop skills in product pricing and revenue analysis
  • Learn about financial modeling to support key decisions in the area of Operations or Supply Chain Management, e.g. changes in production capacity, changes in the production process, changes in technology, plant rationalisation programmes, et cetera.
  • Reap the benefits available through effectively managed distribution channels and evaluate your Total Landed Cost
  • Integrate views from operations, supply chain, finance and marketing/sales and develop a realistic and executable action plan

You will apply methods, tools and knowledge to an intensive real-life case study. Moreover, you will learn from the latest research on operational finance and controlling, and walk away with a perspective on supply chain finance trends so you can anticipate upcoming challenges.

 

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