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Bringing the Power of GIS to Supply Chain Management - FREE White Paper


May 07, 2013

If you’re in supply chain management, have you gained the necessary expertise in an emerging must-have technology?
Geographic information systems (GIS) give users the power to turn massive amounts of data into intelligence that can drive both supply chain strategy and execution.

Because SCM significantly affects value in a corporation, any operation needs access to the most advanced tools and techniques available if it wants to remain competitive.

Download American Sentinel University’s new e-book to learn how GIS in SCM can give your company, and your career, a needed edge.



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