Welcome to ascm phoenix
Through ASCM Phoenix, members can engage locally while leveraging the resources of the largest global association serving supply chain professionals and organizations to advance their careers. Members turn to ASCM Phoenix for support with career planning, coaching and mentoring, networking, leadership development and volunteer opportunities. ASCM Phoenix provide opportunities for supply chain professionals to engage in important discussions and position themselves as thought leaders.
Supply chain professionals turn to ASCM and their local APICS Professional Training Partners for the most up-to-date, relevant body of knowledge in supply chain, logistics and operations management. Employers include “APICS certification preferred” in their job descriptions when they want to hire supply chain experts who are prepared to perform at a higher level.
In fact, corporations (such as BASF, DuPont, GE and Ingersoll Rand) have chosen ASCM as their strategic partner. They know ASCM programs and resources enable them to elevate the performance of their complex supply chains and deliver measurable results.
As an ASCM Forum, we are creating a supportive local community for supply chain professionals, to connect with friends, peers and mentors; learn new skills; and create a better world through supply chain across the span of their careers. Should you have training or CPIM, CSCP, and CLTD certification needs, we will work with you and our ASCM Chapter partners or ASCM directly to fulfill your needs.
ASCM Phoenix is here to help. We will guide you through the certification courses —CPIM, CSCP or CLTD and determine which one is best for you and your company. In addition, we encourage supply chain fundamentals courses called Principles as well as individual seminars. These are great for those requiring supply chain knowledge to better understand the overall business team environment.
ASCM research provides resources on a variety of industry topics and trends, as well as content for use by faculty in the academic community. This includes critical industry research such as the ASCM annual salary and state of the profession survey, as well new benchmarking research projects in The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). ASCM research defines standards and best practices for supply chain excellence.