Both the content analysis and case study reveal that SCM systems are employed

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existing constrains. Both the content analysis and case study reveal that SCM systems are employed by organizations as a proactive, strategic tool rather than a passive management tool. This demonstrates the unique features of SCM systems. Because our study conducted a case study in one organization, the potential for generalization is not strong. We have confidence, however, that the results are applicable for most manufacturing companies in the FMCG industry. The next step of this research will focus on identifying the key factors affecting the benefit realization of SCM systems through further data collection and analysis. 9 Wang and Sedera: A Framework For Understanding The Benefits Of Supply Chain Manage Published by AIS Electronic Library (AISeL), 2011
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Appendix 1 20 Vendor-reported Cases & 21 Academic Articles Knorr-Bremse AG Bartter Enterprises Vakharia (2002) Liu and Hu (2005) Danisco A/S Timex Corporation Frohlich (2002) Kim et al. (2005) DIRECTV LG Electronics Sahin and Robinson (2002) Eggert et al. (2006) Robert Bosch LLC Intersil Corporation Choy et al. (2003) Zhang and Li (2006) Sappi Fine Paper Europe Panasonic Factory Solutions Singapore Subramani (2004) Spekman and Carraway (2006) Lekkerland Xsigo Systems Elizabeth et al. (2004) Craighead et al. (2006) Brown-Forman Koch, Neff & Volckmar GmbH (KNV) Goutsos and Karacapilidis (2004) Dehning et al. (2007) Telefonica de Espana YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles McLaren et al. (2004) Kenneth (2007) Siemens Medical Sealing Devices Hsu (2005) Mikko et al. (2007) Borealis North Tyneside Council Auramo et al. (2005a) Ketikidis et al. (2008) Auramo et al. (2005b) References Anthony, R.N. (1965). Planning and Control Systems: A Framework For Analysis Harvard University, Boston. Auramo, J., Inkil ä inen, A., and Kauremaa, J. 2005a, "The roles of information technology in supply chain management," in: 17th annual NOFOMA Conference, in Copenhagen Buisiness School, Copenhagen, Denmark,June 8-10 , Copenhagen Buisiness School, Copenhagen, Denmark. Auramo, J., Kauremaa, J., and Tanskanen, K. (2005b). Benefits of IT in supply chain management: an explorative study of progressive companies, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management (35:2), pp 82-100. Ballou, R.H. (2007). The evolution and future of logistics and supply chain management, European Business Review (19:4), pp 332 - 348. Barua, A., and Mukhopadhyay, T. (2000) Information technology and business performance: past present and future, in: Framing the Domains of IT Management Research: Glimp-sing the Future through the Past, R. Zmud (ed.), Cincinnati, OH, Pinnaflex. Cameron, K.S., and Whetten, D.A. (1983) Some Conclusions About Organizational Effectiveness, in: Organizational Effectiveness: A Comparison Of Multiple Models , Academic Press, New York, pp. 261-277. Choi, T.Y., and Wu, Z. (2009). Triads in suppply networks: theorizing buyer-supplier-supplier relationships, Journal of Supply Chain Management (45:1), p 8. Choy, K.L., Lee, W.B., and Lo, V. (2003). Design of a case based intelligent supplier relationship management system--the integration of supplier rating system and product coding system, Expert Systems with Applications (25:1), pp 87-100.
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