Major enhancements from SCOR 11.0 to 12.0 include:
MAKE, DELIVER and ENABLE definitions updated to better align with the service industry and digital environment
ENABLE Supply Chain Procurement, sE10, developed in conjunction with procurement standards outlined by the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS)
ENABLE Supply Chain Technology, sE11, developed to define, deploy, and manage technology enablement in the supply chain
Reliability Attribute: Perfect Order Fulfillment, RL.1.1, definition updated to align with APICS Dictionary
Agility Attribute: revamped to (AG.1.1) Upside Supply Chain Adaptability, (AG.1.2) Downside Supply Chain Adaptability, and (AG.1.3) Overall Value at Risk
Cost Attribute hierarchy revamped; Total Cost to Serve replaced with Total Supply Chain Management Costs
New Emerging Practices, such as “Omni-channel” (BP.176) aligned with all Deliver Process activities, “Block Chain” (BP.178), “Demand Driven MRP” (BP.179), “Digital Supply Chain” (BP.181), “Internet of Things” (BP.182) etc.
New Best Practices, such as “Data / Analytics” (BP.186) or “Supply Chain Finance” (BP.187) etc.
Skills associated with APICS CLTD (Cert. in Logistic, Transportation and Distribution) body of knowledge
Aptitudes removed, Experiences and Trainings with numerological lists
5. Special Application Update:
GreenSCOR replaced by SustainableSCOR: now based upon The Global Reporting Initiative’s Sustainability Reporting Standards (GRI Standards), SCOR 12.0 replaces GreenSCOR with an updated and expanded environmental accounting framework using the GRI Standards.