CGMS550 W11 Week 5 - E-Supply Chains pt 1

CGMS550 W11 Week 5 - E-Supply Chains pt 1 - E-Supply Chains...

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5 E-Supply Chains, Collaborative Commerce, and Corporate Portals CGMS 550 B2B E-Commerce
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Learning Objectives 1. Define the e-supply chain and describe its characteristics and components. 2. List supply chain problems and their causes. 3. List solutions to supply chain problems provided by EC. 4. Describe RFID supply chain applications. 5. Define c-commerce and list the major types.
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Learning Objectives 6. Describe collaborative planning and Collaboration, Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishing (CPFR) and list the benefits of each. 7. Discuss integration along the supply chain. 8. Understand corporate portals and their types and roles. 9. Describe e-collaboration tools such as workflow software and groupware.
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E-Supply Chains Definitions and Concepts
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Recall Porter’s Value Chain Administration and Management : Electronic Scheduling and Messaging  Systems  Human Resources : Workforce Planning Systems Technology : Computer-Aided Design Systems Procurement : Computerized Ordering Systems Inbound  logistics Operations Sales and  marketing Service Outbound  logistics Automated  warehousing  systems Computer  controlled  machining system Computerized  ordering system Equipment  maintenance  system Automated  shipping  scheduling  system Supplier A Supplier B Assembler Logistic firm Distri- butor Primary Activities Support Activities Value Chain Value Web
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A simple e-Supply Chains
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Supply Chain Parts
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Supply Chain Management (SCM) § A complex process that requires the coordination of many activities so that the shipment of goods and services from supplier right through to customer is done efficiently and effectively for all parties concerned. e-supply chain management (e-SCM) is the collaborative use of technology to improve the operations of supply chain activities as well as the management of supply chains
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Class question § What are some of the main objectives of SCM?
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