National Institute of Retail Technology and Commerce - NIRTC
NIRTC was founded in 2003 with a distinct focus on Regional, National, International and Humanitarian Procurement and Supply Chain strategic development, whilst facilitating a number of action research projects which continue to inform the thinking and key stakeholder development of supply chain management in collaboration with the leading industry sector professional organisations and awarding bodies.
At the Institute we value the stakeholder collaboration dynamic which enables the industry sector to explore emerging markets and enabling technologies, embedding a culture of innovation, succinctly integrated with the professional and personal development of supply chain managers and key operatives.
Strategic Interdependence and Lean Six Sigma have changed the thinking in relation to the strategic development of the Supply Chain Management environment creating a visibility of primary and secondary business process functions, enabling horizontal and vertical integration whilst drawing a focus on the DMAIC process of continous business improvement.
The Institute is also passionate about the Continued Personal and Professional Development CPPD, of the human resource across the entire supply chain, focusing on inbound logistics, operations, outbound logistics, marketing, manufacturing and retail logistics exploring emerging markets whilst incorporating enabling technology developments, mobile applications 3PL and 4PL synerges.
The development of the third sector supply management environment is consistently being driven by the continuing demand for improvement within the humanitarian logistics arena. Globalisation and E-fulfillment are having a huge impact on the strategic supply chain management development process.
NIRTC continue as one of the market leaders with a passion to make a significant contribution to the development of the Regional, National, International and Humanitarian Procurement and Supply Chain strategic development, whilst leading action research projects in order to continue to inform the thinking and key stakeholder development of supply chain management.