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  • Have you ever wondered where your clothes are made? Where your Levi's ever came from

  • or where your iOS device was put together? They likely came from far away, and this is

  • all due to efficient supply chains. First off, lets take an American Eagle shirt

  • you might have bought at your local mall. Where do you think it came from? China? It

  • was likely actually made here in this factory in Vietnam, shipped through Singapore in a

  • big container, and then trucked to your local mall.

  • Next, have you ever wondered why all of your zippers say YKK on them? That's because it

  • was likely manufactured by Yoshida Kogyo Kabushiki headquartered in Japan, but your zipper was

  • likely manufactured in this factory in the state of Georgia, USA where their largest

  • manufacturer is located. Are you still looking at your zipper?

  • Lastly, your latest iOS device might have been assembled in this new factory of one

  • of apple's suppliers located here just outside of Sao Palo Brazil.

  • So, what is supply chain? Supply chain is the process of getting a product from point A

  • to point B. With how advanced technology has become, there are more ways than every

  • to transport your product. Our goal s supply chain managers is to get your product into

  • your hands. Now, you might say, "How do we do that?" Well, it's easy. First we negotiate

  • with suppliers to purchase these raw materials. Second, we ship those materials as efficiently

  • as possible through trucks, ships, and trains. And finally, we do everything we can to make

  • sure your product gets to the store on time so you as a consumer can enjoy your product.

  • Why is this so important to you? Well, without it, you wouldn't enjoy that car that you are

  • able to drive or even that phone that you enjoy using. Think about it! Everything you

  • own is because of a company's supply chain, and without these supply chains, we would

  • have nothing. So, how does supply chain compare to other areas of business? Accounting - well,

  • it's the language of business with their income statements and balance sheets. Marketing,

  • on the other hand, is the promotion of business making sure our customers are aware of our

  • product with customer surveys, sales, and things like advertisements. So where does

  • that leave supply chain? In supply chain management, WE ARE THE BUSINESS. We source your product,

  • we make your product, and we deliver your product so you as a consumer can enjoy your

  • product. So what careers are available in supply chain

  • management? First, there are people who make deals and negotiate with suppliers to make

  • sure you get things like raw materials to your business on time. You can strike deals,

  • save your company lots of money. Something that will make you very valuable in the marketplace.

  • Also, you could work in quality control and assure that your companies product is

  • the best on the market. This involves deep analysis and constantly evolving quality methods

  • to make sure your product is consistently the best. You could be a process analyst,

  • and improve the processes in your factory. You will be responsible to make sure your

  • products get our the door as efficiently as possible like all these nice cars being pumped

  • out of this factory. In logistics, a complex and exciting field,

  • we focus on getting materials from one place to another. This field is growing quickly.

  • For example, about 10% of the population of the state of Georgia works in the field of

  • logistics. You could be a supply chain strategy analyst.

  • You can consult your company on how they can save money by modifying their supply chain

  • and come up with great ideas. Supply chain managers save their company an average of

  • $250,000 every year. So what companies recruit from BYU? Aramark, Boeing, Walmart, Bredero Shaw,

  • C.H. Robinson, Walt Disney, Intermountain Healthcare, PepsiCo, Schneider National, and

  • Union Pacific among many others.

  • So why should you choose supply chain management at BYU?

  • First, our program is ranked 14th by the Supply Chain Management Review (2013). Second, we

  • have world- faculty. Third, you'll get real-world experience. And finally, BYU undergraduates

  • earn an average starting salary of $52,000 per year. And that's why you need to choose

  • supply chain management from Brigham Young University.

Have you ever wondered where your clothes are made? Where your Levi's ever came from


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