what does supply chain digitization really mean? And how should it best be applied to existing supply chains and supply chain organizations?  
In what ways can enterprises create a digital supply chain that drives efficiency and growth, and which also positively impacts society and the environment? 

Why Supply Chain Digitisation?

Because, without data, everybody is groping in the dark.

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scope of Supply Chain in Digitisation

Digitisation In Supply Chain to successfully build and implement strategies that Drive Success

Learning Goals of the Masterclass
On Digitisation in supply chain


Understanding the scope of Supply Chain Digitisation


Understanding the significance of Digitisation in Supply Chain


Understand the risks & limitations of implementing Supply Chain Digitisation programs

Masterclass on Digitisation
in supply Chain - Course Highlights

Supply Chain Modelling

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Mobile friendly Course

Learn on the go

Certificate of Training


For working professionals

Not empty unusable theory

Downloadable content

With lifetime access

Learn online

At your own schedule

Why Learn Digitisation in Supply Chain?

Become The Pro-Active in Digitisation of supply chain

Starting from five flows historical data and building predictive models to strengthening the decision making process, a supply chain analyst is the go-to person for every puzzle in an organization!

Be In Demand

The top MNCs that offer a wide range of opportunities to supply chain analysts. No wonder the average salary for Supply Chain Analytics roles continues to grow every year.

The skill for the future

As supply chains become automated, AI enhanced and data driven, the skills acquired in this course will assist you in the rest of your career for a long time to come. 


What exactly is covered in the masterclass
on Digitisation in supply chain ?

The digital economy is forcing traditional supply chain models to adapt to the “now” generation. Companies must provide what customers want, when they want it, and how they want it to avoid disruption.  

As the digital revolution sweeps across the world, it transforms businesses, entire industries and forever changes the human experience – and the supply chain is no exception. Digitalisation – and the ongoing global adoption of Industry 4.0 – unlocks visibility, and transforms the operations of supply chains, companies and procurement departments. 

In response to more and more enterprises understanding the role digital supply chains play in increasing business efficiency and agility and driving new growth, Global Supply Chain Group has created a MASTERCLASS that includes the essential elements of Supply Chain, including:  

What is supply chain 4.0?

Current trends in supply chain digitization

What is driving this move towards digitization

What isthe difference between digitization and digitalisation

How will your Masterclass on
digitisation in supply Chain work?

Learn concepts

Go through training videos to learn concepts.

Test yourself

Test your knowledge through quizzes & module tests at regular intervals.

Hands-on practice

Get hands on practice by doing assignments.

Peer Consultation

Your peers need your wisdom, and are there to provide you theirs.

1:1 Consultation

Get your remaining questions answered by experts through 1:1 consultation.

Get certified

Get certified in Business Analytics upon successful completion of this training.

Who should attend?

supply chain logistics professionals and C-level Executives

Supply Chain Managers And Aspiring Managers

Supply Chain Consultants And Aspiring Consultants

Supply Chain Presidents And Aspiring CEOs

Recognized masterclass on digitisation in supply chain Certification

Global Supply Chain Group has been conducting in-house training of supply chain managers, executives and analysts for over 22 years. So a certificate from Global Supply Chain Group is recognized everywhere.

FAQ's on Masterclass on digitisation in Supply Chain

Digitization of your supply chain or supply chain digital transformation involves turning analog supply chain processes into digital ones by creating dedicated master data that aggregates information from across your entire supply chain as well as some external sources. 

Global Supply Chain Group started off with major supply chain transformation projects for a global industrial corporation, and over the course of two decades and over 400 projects, we have deeply scrutinised more than 4,000 global players comprising supply chains of almost every industry in every part of this globe. Our collaboration partners are important, and share our ethos. 

We cover the basics only if it relevant and necessary to the masterclass. We discuss the theory only when it is practically oriented. 

Our philosphy for the masterclasses is simple – For the masters, by the masters, of the masters.

If you are a newbee to the world of supply chain, then this masterclass is not for you. You are better off buying a text book on supply chain management – we can recommend a few of them in this site.

In general, the emphasis is on the stuff that is rarely covered in the text books, or cannot be covered in the text books. 

Yes, you will. You can see a pro-forma of the certificate in the page above.

For customised masterclasses, designed for a company, a customised certificate is delivered.

Most supply chain managers have spent at least some time in supply chain analytics because data is the back bone of supply chain management.

Without a clear understanding of data handling, safekeeping and analytics, a supply chain career is incomplete. Over the last 30 years in supply chain consulting, we have rarely seen anyone climb up the corporate ladder without this grounding. 

  1. Our masterclasses are distinctive because:

    1. Focus on the topic at hand
    2. Practical bend – emphasis on supply chain management, rather than on logistics, or procurement, or any of the other diverse components of SCM
    3. Opportunity to learn from the recognised global masters in the topic who have actually worked in the arena for a minimum of two decades.
    4. Executive orientation – not a student perspective
    5.  Conveniently purposeful, and self-paced.