Global Integrated Supply Chain Systems, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1591406137
  • ISBN-13: 9781591406136
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 349 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2006 | Published/Released October 2006
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2006

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Global Integrated Supply Chain Systems assimilates the principal views from international authors, who provide a combination of industrial experience and scholarly research, in the area of supply chain systems. This book discusses the business and technical reasons for integrating supply chain systems, and provides excellent arguments for globalization resulting through integration of supply chain systems.

Readers of Global Integrated Supply Chain Systems will receive an excellent overall understanding of what comprises supply chain systems, why they should be integrated and how the resultant global organization will be able to compete and grow in this age of communication. They will also find practical business reasons for the crucial need to integrate supply chain systems in global enterprises and, more importantly, collaborating clusters of organizations.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Global Integrated Supply Chain Systems: Table of Contents.
A Methodology for Developing an Integrated Supply Chain Management System.
Going Global: A Technology Review.
Demand Forecasting for the Net Age: From Thought to Fulfillment in One Click.
The Future of Supply Chain Management: Shifting from Logistics Driven to a Customer Driven Model.
Information Sharing in Supply Chain Systems.
Global Integrated Supply Chain Implementation: The Challenges of E-Procurement.
Designing Integrated Supply Chains.
A Framework for Analyzing Information Systems in an Integrated Supply Chain Environment: The Interaction Approach.
Evaluation of the SCM Performance in Using of Global Logistics Information Technologies: A Research Study in Hong Kong.
Supply Chain Management in China.
A Multi-Objective Model for Taiwan Notebook Computer Distribution Problem.
Inter-Enterprise Process Integration for E-Supply Chain Business Practices.
LOSIMOPU: Logistics Simulator on Policy Under Uncertainty.
A Time-Dependent Supply Chain Network Equilibrium Problem.
An Agent-Based Collaborative Negotiation System for Global Manufacturing Supply Chain Management.
The Critical Success Factors in Supply Chain Implementation.
Enabling the Glass Pipeline: The Infusion of Mobile Technology Applications in Supply Chain Management.
Determinant of E-Based Success Attributes for Integrated Supply Chain System.
Business Continuity Challenges in Global Supply Chains.
About the Authors.