APICS 2014 - International Conference and Expo  

October 19–21, 2014
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
New Orleans, Louisiana

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APICS 2014 is the premier event for supply chain and operations management professionals.‚ÄčSupply chain and operations management professionals are expected to achieve maximum productivity, meet consumer demand, and remain agile amid instability and unpredictability. Each year, the APICS annual conference offers relevant education, best practices and thought leadership to help attendees lead their organizations and reach these goals.
 Attend APICS 2014 to:
  • Learn best practices to create more sustainable, resilient, strategic and value-driven supply chains.
  • Engage in hands-on discussions and work with peers to develop solutions to today’s complex problems.
  • Connect with professionals who are shaping the future of supply chain and operations management.
APICS 2014 will attract more than 1, 800 attendees from 40 countries, offering a vast range of learning and networking opportunities. Click here to download the preliminary program. 
A world-class educational programOur top-notch educational sessions connect the APICS body of knowledge to strategies and tactics that meet and overcome the challenges companies face in the changing landscape of supply chain and operations management.
 APICS 2014 Learning Paths
  • Collaboration and S&OP
  • Operational Efficiency Basics
  • Operational Efficiency Advanced
  • Professional Development
  • Risk and Resiliency
  • Supply Chain Business Analytics
  • Supply Chain Innovation
  • Supply Chain Professional Leadership
Powerful general sessions
Networking opportunities 
APICS 2014 expo
Facility tours

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