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Companies and other organizations of interest to students in the Supply Chain and Information Systems Department in Penn State

Logistics Sources

Accenture is the world's leading management consulting and technology services company.

Bureau of Transportation Statistics — U.S. Department of Transportation's National Transportation Library

Cass Information Systems, Inc. is focused on providing customized invoice processing and information services utilizing EDI, Internet and paper based transactions.

Executive Management Education — Penn State Executive Programs is a world leader in developing managerial competencies for leadership excellence.

GENCO Distribution System — Full Product Life Cycle Management

The Journal of Commerce Online is a valuable, interactive business tool for industry experts who require a resource that will give them the information they need to meet their business goals.

Logistics World is a directory of logistics resources on the internet. It is your guide to thousands of sites related to logistics, transportation, warehousing, distribution, supply, maintenance, manufacturing, management, reliability, business, and quality sites on the Web.

The National Transportation Exchange, Inc. is an electronic commerce system allowing members to improve their transportation functions. It provides a real-time, neutral platform for member shippers who tender loads, as well as the direct service carrier members, which tender the available space of their moving trucks.

SupplyChainBrain.com —the nerve center for today's supply chain news, development and innovative thinking.

The Supply Chain Council was formed in 1996-1997 as a grass roots initiative by forward thinking individuals representing companies including AMR Research , Bayer, Compaq Computer, Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath (PRTM), Procter & Gamble, Lockheed Martin, Nortel, Rockwell Semiconductor, and Texas Instruments.

Supply Chain Today — supply chain and e-business topics

Center for Transportation Research — The Center for Transportation Research (CTR) at The University of Texas at was established in 1963. Current and ongoing research projects address virtually all aspects of transportation research. "Purpose is to provide a common meeting ground or forum for the discussions of ideas and research techniques applicable to economic, management, and public policy problems involving transportation."

UPS Professional Services is a global management solutions firm dedicated to providing strategic business results via innovative technologies, expert financial analysis, and time-proven distribution policies and practices.

Web_Cite City is a special supplement from Inbound Logistics magazine which allows the user to surf logistics Web sites without dealing with search engine infoglut. Each site can be previewed quickly without wasting time visiting sites that don't fit your needs.

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