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Reply to Demetris Pringle Demetris Pringle provided some insight into the future of supply chain management by saying, "Technologically, enterprise resource planning (ERP) is said to be the backbone of supply chain management (SCM). Therefore, ERP systems have evolved to play an integrated supporting role in the creation of a value chain". Thus, organizations that utilize supply chain management would greatly benefit from successful ERP systems to reduce costs (Ghani, Ghani, & Zainuddin, 2009). This was something I wanted to dig into deeper to provide some additional insight to how ERP systems are being used in relation to SCM. While no two industries’ ERP systems are the same, the basic concept of ERP systems is focused on standardization and synchronization of information, and as a result, improved efficiency. The benefits of ERP systems include coordinating processes and information, reducing carrying costs, decreasing cycle time, and improving responsiveness to customer needs According to Sánchez, Martı´nez, Garcı´a-Martı´nez, Herrera, & Herrera-Viedma,
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