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Live webinar series

apicsAU has announced International Business Systems, a global supplier of integrated ERP and warehouse management systems, as a corporate sponsor and will offer a series of free live webinars to educate the supply chain community entitled The Picking Jungle.
IBS is a developer of distribution software, providing business applications for the wholesale, distribution and manufacturer-distributor markets. Through its ERP, WMS, consulting services, and the cloud, IBS delivers value to thousands of mid- to large-sized companies.
apicsAU CEO Dr Pieter Nagel said the new partnership with International Business Systems will allow apicsAU to educate its members in the digitalisation of the supply chain.
“IBS’s dedication to innovation and its collaborative approach to exploring systems for current and future clients makes them a good content partner for apicsAU. We are excited to be able to offer members further value-added training.
The next webinar in The Picking Jungle series from International Business Systems, to be held on 6 July, is entitled “B2B2C and the Warehouse: Overcoming disruption and adapting in the new environment” and covers value stream mapping, the 5S system and lean principles. Learn more and register for the free webinar at
“The supply chain is becoming more volatile and companies must adapt to respond to the increased complexity and volume in order to maintain efficiency and profitability. We are proud to be partnering with apicsAU, and are enthusiastic about educating the professional supply chain community in our methodology,” said Paul Nobbs, general manager for Asia Pacific, International Business Systems.
Professional development is one of the centrepieces of apicsAU’s value proposition to members, including conferences and events, short courses, site visits and awards programs. Free registration for The Picking Jungle is available at
Corporate sponsorships are available to industry providers who can add value to apicsAU professional development portfolio.

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