It has been said that the history of civilization is the history of procurement.
In Arkestro’s Museum of Procurement exhibit, you’ll learn more about how different cultures handled procurement, billing, debt, accounting, and other concepts vital to a functioning civilization. Starting in 4000 BCE, the museum of procurement tracks the history of procurement in chronological order.
What to expect
- Procurement’s Ancient Beginnings
- Early Transaction Records
- Contracts and Contingencies
- Counting Boards, the Exchequer, and the
- Modern Supplier Partnerships
- and more…
Rutgers Business School Supply Chain Management program is ranked 2nd in North America. Rutgers has been a powerful champion of expanding and diversifying talent for the supply chain profession through robust coursework and industry partnerships. As Rutgers Professor William McLaury states: “We can all understand the value of a well-managed supply chain.” Rutgers students are not only encouraged to pursue majors in Supply Chain Management, but to consider the role of supply chains in business operations and in our daily lives.
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