Companies that are superior performers in Demand Planning and Supply Chain Forecasting have shown to be market leaders in their industry with increasing revenues and profits aided better service delivery levels and inventory turns. Demand Planning Net has worked with a number of industry leading companies to provide consulting in demand planning and provide training to their planners and analysts.
Client companies in our portfolio have sought the next level of assessment to provide certification to the planners so they can identify the qualified individuals for high profile planning positions.
HR departments have quickly recognized Demand Planning as a key profession in the world and increasingly seek individuals with proven Demand Planning credentials.
Demand Planning.Net is launching certification programs to fulfill this need at two levels:
1. CADP - Certified Analyst in Demand Planning 2014 Feb Launch
2. CMDP - Certified Master in Demand Planning 2015 TBD
CADP is the first level of certification offered by DPNet. This is directed towards junior planners and analysts. This certification will provide them the competitive edge to advance in their careers to become either Demand Planners or Senior Demand Planners.
The CADP will differentiate you from your peers and provide you the ability to navigate through both the technical and analytical aspects of the profession. The CADP will be launched in Mumbai in Feb 2014 and Boston in May 2014.
The exam is four hours long and administered in two parts on the same day. Each part will count towards a 50% weight.
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