SCOR

AcronymDefinition
SCORSouth Central Ontario Region (Canada)
SCORSupply Chain Operations Reference model
SCORScientific Committee on Oceanic Research
SCORSmall Corporate Offering Registration
SCORSpecialized Center of Research (White Plains, NY)
SCORScott's Oriole (bird species Icterus parisorum)
SCORSite Contracting Officer's Representative (US Army)
SCORStudents of Color of Rackham (Michigan)
SCORSoccer Club of Oak Ridge (Tennessee)
SCORScientific Committee on Oceanographic Research
SCORSouthern California Outdoor Racquetball
SCORSiberian Conference on Operations Research
SCORSecond Cousin Once Removed
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However, there is an opportunity to achieve greater efficiencies by looking at how other countries have amended their SCOR frameworks to better reflect the realities of the military.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of SCOR. SCOR has made a tremendous impact for not only supply chain professionals, but for almost every industry on earth.
Henry Klecan is currently Managing Director of SCOR's operations in the Americas.
Both of these awards reflect SCOR's achievements over the last year and the strong development of the SCOR Global Life franchise.
In June, Generali said it had agreed to sell the assets to Scor for $920 million.
SCOR reported the largest net loss, at $97.1 million.
Amgas' Scor process provides multiple avenues for treating, storing, recovering or transporting sour crude oil.
SCOR was utilized to aid in supply chain design and behavior analysis, and in the founding of a set of supply chain models applicable to the construction industry, in an attempt to analyze and define supply chains in a systematic manner.
SCC, a global not-for-profit corporation with membership open to companies and organizations, is a leading authority on supply chain methodology, diagnostics and benchmarking based on the Supply Chain Operations Reference model (SCOR).