Prateek Mishra[A20381901]
Homework-7
1. How should a customer service policy be generally structured to differentiate between
select groups of high revenue customers compared with a larger group of low revenue
customers?
The way to achieve a successful cu
CHAPTER 9
ELECTRONIC DATA
INTERCHANGE
1
2
OUTLINE
1.
INTRODUCTION
1.
WHAT IS ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE?
2.
EDI USERS AND TYPES OF ACTIVITIES
Who Uses EDI?
Types of EDI Activity
Business Processing Considerations
3.
WHERE DOES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FIT
INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS
The ideal logistics system for a given situation depends on process capabilities,
resource costs, and item, demand, and customer profiles. What is ideal is subject to change
change that is sometimes slow and sometimes quite rapid.
Top of Mind
Issues facing
technology companies
Supply chain
segmentation
In todays dynamic business environment, where technology companies are
challenged continuously with the delivery and servicing of a complex set of
products demanding customers from d
INTRODUCTION
Technology continually offers new and innovative
techniques that affect companies and individuals:
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7.
Cordless telephone
Video games
fax machines
Answering machines
Notebook computers
Electronic mail (e-mail)
ATM card
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Prateek Mishra[A20381901]
Homework-6
1. Why is it a simpler undertaking to design a distribution network from scratch? What
are some of the practical reasons that this is generally not the case and what impact
will these reasons have on the best design op
Cost of Quality
Visible and hidden
costs
Visible costs
Scrap
Rework
Warranty costs
Hidden Costs
Conversion efficiency of materials
Inadequate resource utilization
Excessive use of material
Cost of redesign and re-inspection
Cost of resolving customer
Eastern Michigan University
DigitalCommons@EMU
Senior Honors Theses
Honors College
2010
RFID Technology and Its Impact on the Supply
Chain
Trina A. Nash
Eastern Michigan University
Follow this and additional works at: http:/commons.emich.edu/honors
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eHomeWork-9
Prateek Mishra
A20381901
1.) Refer to Table 1.1 in your text which shows many different industries and
different logistic segment costs as a % of total sales. Select 3 different
industries and discuss what you believe drives the differences in
Western New England University
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ENGR 103 Introduction to Engineering
Ethics Homework
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