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© 1999 AMR Research, Inc. www.amrresearch.com COMPELLING RESEARCH BOLD IDEAS UNPARALLELED SERVICE Supply Chain Management: Basics to E- Business Larry Lapide, AMR Research Vice President of Research Operations, Business Applications
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Agenda What’s Driving the Supply Chain and e-Business Excitement? Overview of Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Technology Overview of SCM Issues SCM and e-Business Practices Conclusions
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Manufacturers Wholesale Distributors Suppliers Customers Information Flows Goods Flow Retailers The Traditional Supply Chain
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Manufacturers Wholesale Distributors Suppliers Customers Information Flows Goods Flow Future Internet-Connected Supply Chain Supplier Exchanges Customer Exchanges Logistics Exchanges Contract Manufacturers Logistics Providers Virtual Manufacturers Retailers
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APS and e-business technology supports best SCM practices SCM will allow US companies to reap of $300B to $400B of savings ( 1997: GDP $8.1T ) 3% to 5% of revenue savings for best SCM companies* 50% reduction in cash-to-cash cycle* 17% improvement in meeting customer delivery dates* *Source: PRTM Integrated Supply Chain Benchmarking Study, 1997 MRP SCM APS and e-business Evolution of SCM Technology
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*Source: PRTM Integrated Supply Chain Benchmarking Study, 1997 Typical Quantified Benefits from Integrated the Supply Chain Delivery Performance
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