About Industry Groups
Industry Groups (IGs) focus on topics relevant to a specific industry. For example: The Energy, Oil and Gas industry group is currently working on benchmarking for the oil and gas industry. Industry groups do not have a requirement or charter to deliver formal reports, research or intellectual property.
Joining a group
In general IGs require either an invitation from the group chair or you may request membership to the group. Supply Chain Council membership is required to join an industry group.
|IG: Aerospace and Defense||The Aerospace and Defense Industry Group (former A&D SIG) is to provide a source of knowledge, referral and research for members in the A&D.||89||View||Request membership|
|IG: Automotive||The Automotive Industry Group brings together practitioners in the automotive supply chain to share practices and experiences||20||View||Request membership|
|IG: Automotive Aftermarket Industry||This industry group focuses on the development and integration of models specifically for the Automotive Aftermarket industry||37||View||Request membership|
|IG: Energy, Oil and Gas||This industry group focuses on the development and integration of models specifically for the Energy, Oil and Gas industry||125||View||Request membership|
|IG: High-tech and electronics||Industry working group to surface, discuss, and address supply chain issues within the electronics industry.||1||View||Request membership|
|IG: Reverse Logistics Industry||This industry group reviews the adaptability of SCOR for the reverse logistics industry. A joint effort of SCC and RLA).||16||View||Request membership|
|IG: Software Industry||Industry group for the Software industry, addressing the question how to use SCOR in the software industry.||50||View||Request membership|