Start Your Supply Chain Analyst Career

As an entry-level supply chain analyst, you’ll play an important role in planning, analyzing, and monitoring an organization’s supply chain, to ensure efficient distribution. Get started on this career path with the resources below.

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Learn the basics of supply chain analytics and operations

Supply chain analysts use data and other analytical methods to improve an organization’s planning and distribution of manufactured goods. They advise an organization and its suppliers to drive efficiency and cost savings while maintaining quality assurance, on-time delivery, and inventory management.

As an entry-level supply chain analyst, you’ll be expected to know the basics of quantitative data analysis and supply chain management software. You’ll need to know how to use these tools to collect, organize, and synthesize data and present your recommendations to improve business operations.

Similar roles include data analyst, business analyst, business intelligence analyst, and supply chain manager.

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