Towson’s new Supply Chain Innovation Lab is on the forefront of business practices implementing real-time supply chain technology into the graduate and undergraduate programs. Students have the opportunity to explore and understand the leading edge technologies used to transform traditional supply chains.
Companies introducing technology driven supply chain tactics are achieving competitive advantages and improved bottom line profitability. Students learning in the Supply Chain Innovation Lab have the opportunity to be a part of the continuous flow of new technology and information which will prepare our graduates to develop innovative solutions to tomorrow’s supply chain challenges.
In the fall of 2011, Towson University’s College of Business and Economics opened the Supply Chain Innovation Lab. This state-of-the-art facility allows students to explore the leading-edge technologies and business practices necessary to transform traditional business channels into integrated global supply chains.
For students, the lab provides access to the latest in operational and research applications. For faculty, the lab provides a flexible teaching and research facility with up-to-date student workstations, instructor’s console and adaptable instructional space that supports lectures, software instruction, and hands-on application.