FALL 2022 NATIONAL CASE COMPETITION

 
 

Welcome to the Fall 2022 National Supply Chain Case Competition
November 3th – November 5th

This completely VIRTUAL case competition allows teams of Arizona State University students of various disciplines and grade levels to experience the practical applications of SCM by working together to propose innovative solutions to a company provided case. This case competition will be on a national scale allowing you to compete with students from other top universities: University of Texas El Paso, Florida International University, and University of Houston.

 

Students will receive the case materials on November 4th and work on this case throughout the rest of the day until submitting at the end of day November 5th. On Saturday, students will have the opportunity to present their solutions to a panel of judges and the top team from each university will be chosen. The top teams will then receive an additional inquiry to consider and on Sunday will present their final solutions to the judges.

Thank you to this year’s sponsor: Dell.
 

 Please register at this link here: https://dell2.avature.net/asuscmacase?jobId=50557

Contact Kara Ge at casecomp@asuscma.org for details and questions.

HOW AND WHERE DO I SIGN UP?

Go to https://dell2.avature.net/asuscmacase?jobId=50557 or contact Claire Tanoue at casecomp@asuscma.org for details.

WHEN AND WHERE?

The Fall 2021 National Case Competition will be held completely virtual this year.

The competition will begin with case handouts at the Case Competition Kick-Off event on Thursday 11/4 at 10 AM (CST) and students will have until Friday 11/5 at 11:59 PM (CST) to work on their case presentation and solution. The first round of presentations will be on Saturday 11/6 from 9:45 AM - 1 PM (CST) and the top team from each university will be chosen. These five teams will then present again on Sunday 11/7 12 PM - 3 PM (CST). There will be a Q&A Session by our host sponsor, Dell, on Friday 11/5 12 PM - 2 PM (CST). 
 

*Refer to the “When do my team members and I need to be available” section below*

SCHEDULE FOR COMPETITION

*ALL TIMES ARE IN CST TIME*

 

Case Competition Kick Off (Case hand-out)  - Th November 4th | 10 AM - 11 AM (CST)

Dell Q&A Session -

F November 5th | 12 PM - 2 PM (CST)

CASE COMPETITION SUBMISSION -

F November 5th | 11:59 PM (CST)

First Round of Team Presentations -

Sat November 6th | 9:45 AM - 1 PM (CST)

Final Round of Team Presentations & Awards Ceremony -

Sun November 7th | 12 PM - 3 PM (CST)

 

On Saturday 11/5, all teams will be required to attend the Opening Ceremony at 9:45 AM (CST) where presentation times and schedule will be announced. Following lunch (which will be provided by SCMA), judges will pick a top team from each of the five participating universities to proceed to the final round. Immediately following this, the top 5 teams will receive an additional question from Dell that they will present on Sunday 11/7 to the panel of judges. 

WHEN DO MY TEAM MEMBERS AND I NEED TO BE AVAILABLE?

Each team must have at least one team member in attendance at the Case Comp Kick Off on Thursday 11/4 at 10 AM (CST).  In addition, all team members must be present on Saturday 11/6 at the beginning for the Opening Ceremony at 9:45 AM (CST) and for your specific presentation time; as well as at the finalist presentations and Awards Ceremony the next day, Sunday 11/7 from 12 PM to 3 PM (CST).


 

Lastly, Dell will be hosting a Q&A session on Friday 11/5 12 PM - 2 PM (CST) where they will be addressing any questions or concerns about the case, as well as offering any suggestions they may have for the competition. This event is optional but a great opportunity to network with company representatives and learn more about the company!!!

WHAT ARE THE PRIZES?

What are the prizes:

  1. $3000

  2. $2000

  3. $1000

  4. $500

  5. $500


Additional swag from Dell and other companies may be provided
*prize amount is split equally among each member of winning team*

HOW IS PARTICIPATION STRUCTURED?

Participants will compete in teams of four. The only requirement is that at least one team member must be a paid 2021-22 SCMA member and majoring in Supply Chain Management. Other team members can be from outside of SCMA and/or W. P. Carey. All participants must be traditional undergraduate students. 


When and where your team works is completely up to your team’s discretion. 

All official events, such as the Presentation Days, Case Competition Kick Off, Dell’s Q&A Session, etc. will be completely virtual and team presentations on Saturday 11/6 and Sunday 11/7 will be live!