President's Message

Happy 2016!

2015 was full of activities and it feels as if the year went by in a flash! I hope you enjoyed time with family and friends over the holidays. Now….. Time to jump into the New Year! As we begin another year, resolutions abound. Do your New Year’s resolutions include career development, enhancement or change? If your goals include working on advancement in operations management or supply chain management, be sure to check out courses being offered by our North Texas APICS Chapter. 2016 will provide opportunities for continuing your lifelong learning with APICS.

There are also networking opportunities lined up, so be sure to check out our Professional Development Meetings (PDM’s) and watch for our North Texas Chapter tours that are planned in the coming months.

Thank You to the folks who supported our annual North Texas APICS Chapter’s Dallas Marathon water station.  It’s only with your support that we are able to host such a successful water station.

I look forward to seeing each of you and visiting at our North Texas APICS 2016 activities.

Glen Fullerton

President, NTX APICS

Frequent Chapter Programs

Development Meetings

Professional Development Meetings are typically held monthly.  Local, regional and national speakers are featured presenting assorted topics of interest to today's operations professionals.
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Seminars & Workshops

Time too tight for extended classes?  Attend a part or full day seminar to pickup new knowledge  on areas of interest to you and your company.  Seminars & Workshops are held periodically on topics of Operations Management and Production and Inventory Control.


Plant Tours

Our plant tours feature leading companies from across our region and provide the opportunity to learn by seeing how theory is put into practice.  They also provide benchmarking opportunities and foster the sharing of best practices and professional networking. If your organization would like to host a plant tour,  contact

In-House Courses

We offer on-site training in a variety of formats. For more information, contact

Registration & Payment

Advance registration and payment is accepted online via our Calendar.  Major charge cards are accepted with online receipts provided.  Advanced registration & Membership discounts are available.
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The Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) program is a new industry educational and certification program created to meet the rapidly changing needs of the supply chain management field.

The CSCP program takes a broad view of the field, extending beyond internal operations to encompass all the steps throughout the supply chain—from the supplier, through the company, to the end consumer—and provides you with the knowledge to effectively manage the integration of these activities to maximize a company's value chain.


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