Computerized Logistics: software and implementation
Analysis of the use of computers in the logistics industry and an introduction to available logistics software. Includes the need for computers, the history and future of computers in the logistics industry, and the impact of computers on customer service. Also includes logistics software availability, selection and implementation, and security measures.
Additional Attendance Information
All three computerized logistics courses can be submitted for 3 prior learning assessment credits toward a degree or certificate.
Eligibility Restriction (Pre-Requisite)
Information: Completion of ULGM 104A, B, and C is equivalent to completion of LGM 104 for 3 credits.
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