The Marshall School of Business and the newly launched Center of Global Supply Chain Management announced a new partnership with the technology consulting business Infosys.
Infosys is a company dedicated to finding technology, outsourcing and consulting solutions, according to its website. With over 158,000 employees, the company provides insight to its clients about what lies in the future. Infosys is planning on working with the Marshall School of Business’ Center of Global Supply Chain Management.
USC Marshall News described CGSCM as “an industry-academia center focused on advancing global supply chain management by establishing a robust industry network, offering a variety of education programs and performing advanced research.”
USC Marshall and CGSCM believe that this partnership will help the center become an industry leader and help shorten the distance between supply and demand in a globalized supply chain industry.
“Our partnership with the USC Marshall School of Business will allow us to bring together some of the brightest minds spanning academia and the industry to help shape the future of the industry,” Infosys program director for Marshall CGSCM Rakhi Makad told USC News.
According to the technology news network CIOL, Infosys plans on helping to design the CGSCM’s charter of activities and its growth in the future. Infosys will play an active role in managing the center’s activities.
The CGSCM consists of a master’s program, both online and in-class, certification courses and training courses.