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Note: This app is NOT related to the PMP Exam content.
International Commercial Terms, known as "Incoterms®", are published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Paris, France. They are internationally accepted terms defining the responsibilities of exporters and importers in the arrangement of shipments and the transfer of liability involved at various stages of transaction of goods. In any sales transaction, it is important for the seller and the buyer to agree on the terms of sale and know precisely what is included in the sale price. Incoterms® define the division of costs between buyers and sellers, and the point at which delivery occurs, i.e., the point at which the risk of loss or damage transfers from the seller to the buyer. This application has been developed as a basic tutorial for Project Managers, Commercial Managers, Logistics Officers, International Import & Export specialists, or any other individuals who need a handy tool with definitions of Incoterms®. In this tutorial you will find: 1- General description of Incoterms®, what they do (and what they don’t), who uses them and how. 2- Description of changes made from Incoterms® 2000 to Incoterms® 2010, 3- Overview of all 11 Incoterms® 2010, including description of seller/buyer responsibilities, and transfer of risk, 4- Educational videos covering Incoterms® 2010, switch from Incoterms® 2000, Tips & Tricks to avoid unpleasant situations on your contracts, and recommendations for additional lecture and material.
This application will give you a clear understanding of the requirements for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification. The famous management expert, Peter F. Drucker once said, “wherever you see a successful business, someone once made a courageous decision”. Why not make 2011 the year you made a courageous decision for your career or your business?.If you love managing projects, want to excel in your field, increase your marketability and up your income, now is the time for that “New Year Resolution” for making the leap towards PMP® status in 2011. The PMP® Exam is known to be a tough one. You will be presented with 200 multiple-choice questions to complete within 4 hours, which means just 1.2 minutes per question. Often times the questions are scenario-based and the answers look very much the same. So you need to be well prepared, and preparation takes time and careful planning. PMP® Exam is not something you can cramp in 2 weeks.