Better then ever!
Major enhancements from SCOR 11.0 to 12.0 include:
- all workflows now generated by the SCOR BPM Accelerator, powered by ARIS and Visual Enterprise Architecture (VEA)
- MAKE, DELIVER and ENABLE definitions updated to better align with the service industry and digital environment
- ENABLE Supply Chain Procurement, sE10, developed in conjunction with procurement standards outlined by the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS)
- ENABLE Supply Chain Technology, sE11, developed to define, deploy, and manage technology enablement in the supply chain
- Reliability Attribute: Perfect Order Fulfillment, RL.1.1, definition updated to align with APICS Dictionary
- Agility Attribute: revamped to (AG.1.1) Upside Supply Chain Adaptability, (AG.1.2) Downside Supply Chain Adaptability, and (AG.1.3) Overall Value at Risk
- Cost Attribute hierarchy revamped; Total Cost to Serve replaced with Total Supply Chain Management Costs
- New Emerging Practices, such as “Omni-channel” (BP.176) aligned with all Deliver Process activities, “Block Chain” (BP.178), “Demand Driven MRP” (BP.179), “Digital Supply Chain” (BP.181), “Internet of Things” (BP.182) etc.
- New Best Practices, such as “Data / Analytics” (BP.186) or “Supply Chain Finance” (BP.187) etc.
- Skills associated with APICS CLTD (Cert. in Logistic, Transportation and Distribution) body of knowledge
- Aptitudes removed, Experiences and Trainings with numerological lists
- Special Application Update:
- GreenSCOR replaced by SustainableSCOR: now based upon The Global Reporting Initiative’s Sustainability Reporting Standards (GRI Standards), SCOR 12.0 replaces GreenSCOR with an updated and expanded environmental accounting framework using the GRI Standards.