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Workday SCM Training

10 Weeks
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Workday SCM Supply Chain Management software enables organisations to efficiently organise, plan, and optimise their supply chains.

Its features and capabilities allow companies to streamline processes, increase productivity and make informed decisions for maximising supply chain efficiency.

Workday SCM delivers an all-encompassing supply chain view, making its deployment highly beneficial; the system displays real-time inventory levels, demand forecasting and production scheduling using information from suppliers, manufacturers and logistics service providers.

Data can help pinpoint bottlenecks and alter timing and quantities accordingly, with analytics providing users with robust reporting to analyse this information, spot trends, uncover supply chain issues and make resource allocation and inventory management decisions more effectively.

This system also features procurement and supplier management features; users can create purchase orders, track shipments and evaluate suppliers; this helps companies reduce expenses while increasing supply chain quality.

Workday SCM also contains production and distribution management tools; its system enables companies to schedule production runs, track manufacturing progress, and manage inventories to enhance production while meeting time-bound deliveries of items.

Software that streamlines and enhances supply chain operations provides valuable tools and insights needed to reduce costs, improve quality, or analyse supply chains.

Workday SCM solutions optimise supply chain procedures at any organisation; its extensive capabilities assist firms with procurement, inventory control and logistics tasks.

Workday SCM offers real-time visibility into your supply chain for informed decisions and to adapt quickly to changing market conditions.

Automating procurement from requisition to payment gives greater control of inventory levels and product availability, giving Workday SCM another critical edge over its competition.

Workday SCM seamlessly connects with other Workday modules like HR and financial management for an accurate picture of your business, and this integration directly connects supply chains to strategic goals while cutting costs and improving efficiency.

Workday SCM offers advanced analytics and reporting features to assess and boost supply chain performance; its advanced tools help optimise supply chain operations while cutting costs and increasing customer happiness.

This course explores Workday Supply Chain Management in-depth, helping companies streamline their supply chains; participants will receive training on Workday SCM’s procurement, inventory, order processing and logistics features.

Starting by introducing Workday SCM and its features and then exploring procurement procedures like requisitioning sourcing and vendor management, this session will explore procurement procedures outlined by Workday SCM.

This course will introduce students to inventory management techniques such as inventory levels, analysis, and replenishment rules; furthermore, they will learn to build purchase orders while tracking order statuses.

The logistics modules of this course cover shipping labels and tracking. Students also will gain experience handling supply chain exceptions and returns.


Workday SCM stands for Supply Chain Management, and this module assists companies in controlling procurement, inventory and logistics using Workday HCM; its users can track products from raw material production right through client delivery.
Supply Chain Management software optimises the flow of commodities, information and funds between supply chain stages to increase efficiencies while decreasing costs and costs while giving real-time visibility of supply chains.
In the IT industry, SCM is the supply chain management of goods, services, and information between suppliers and customers, and it is managed and coordinated through procurement, logistics, inventory control, and demand forecasting processes.
SCM plays an essential part in ERP systems. ERP integrates finance, HR, manufacturing and supply chain processes, while supply chain management ensures smooth goods- and service deliveries from raw materials through customer delivery.


  • Proven experience with ERP and supply chain software applications like Workday HCM is preferred; procurement expertise with inventory and logistical planning and excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities should also be present.
  • Ability to collaborate and interact effectively with stakeholders.
  • Able to quickly learn new software and technology; eagerness for continual training on Workday SCM features and functions.


  • Integrated planning: Workday SCM makes supply chain operations seamless by offering integrated planning capabilities to organisations of various timeframes.
  • Collaboration: Along with collaboration tools, allowing suppliers, manufacturers, and other supply chain partners to collaborate seamlessly across time.
  • Analytics: Workday SCM offers powerful analytics for companies to evaluate supply chain data and find opportunities for improvement.
  • Automation: Automate order fulfilment and inventory management processes and enable mobile access for users managing supply chain information anywhere around the globe.
  • Scalability: Workday SCM offers companies an effective solution for quickly adding suppliers, manufacturers, and other partners into their supply chains.

Target audiences

  • Organisations across industries seek ways to optimise supply chain management.
  • Businesses strive to enhance inventory, procurement, supplier relationship management, logistics management, transportation and supply chain visibility and management through automation and integration; organisations seeking real-time supply chain insight via accurate time monitoring of supply chains through automation or integration; companies interested in data-driven decision making for supply chain improvement purposes and improvement via data.
  • Managers in logistics, procurement, inventories and operations.