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2010 IT Slides - IT and Supply Chain Management Why is so...

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IT and Supply Chain Management
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Why is so much attention being paid to IT software in supply chain management? It may help simplify very complicated processes It may help you identify your “real” SCM costs It may assist a company in lowering those costs It may increase the speed at which critical processes occur It may be a means of differentiation within your industry Upgrades may dramatically improve company capabilities compared to existing legacy systems It may foster connectivity along the supply chain—both within your company and with your supply chain partners
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are the most important difficulties encountered? Institutional inertia Commitment to legacy systems Multiple legacy systems within the company A vast array of vendors and products in the marketplace Trying to determine if the software should be “off the shelf” or customized Acquisition costs—buy it, rent it, 3PL, 4PL
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