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Supply Chain Analytics
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Supply Chain Analytics

Research in the Supply Chain Analytics program investigates challenging topics in descriptive, prescriptive and predictive analytics inspired by real-life problems and novel strategies in logistics and operations management. The impact of Data Science on Supply Chain Functions is rapidly growing. Some of the most promising applications that today’s students are working on are expected to disrupt many supply chain functions, including demand forecasting, distribution, call centers, procurement, and pricing.


Supply Chain Analytics

Research in the Supply Chain Analytics program investigates challenging topics in descriptive, prescriptive and predictive analytics inspired by real-life problems and novel strategies in logistics and operations management. The impact of Data Science on Supply Chain Functions is rapidly growing. Some of the most promising applications that today’s students are working on are expected to disrupt many supply chain functions, including demand forecasting, distribution, call centers, procurement, and pricing.