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Author Poirier, Charles C., 1936-

Title E-supply chain : using the Internet to revolutionize your business : how market leaders focus their entire organization on driving value to customers / Charles C. Poirier & Michael J. Bauer.

Published San Francisco : Berrett-Koehler, [2000]
©2000

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 UniM Bund  658.84 POIR {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Physical description xv, 236 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 223-226) and index.
Contents 2 Connection with Business Strategy 21 -- 3 Supply Chain and the Need for Enabling E-commerce 38 -- 4 Information Technology and Network Communications 53 -- 5 Constructing the Future Roadway 73 -- 6 Changing the Face of Purchasing from Tactics to Strategic Sourcing and E-Procurement 88 -- 7 Building an Interactive Engineering, Planning, Scheduling, and Manufacturing Capability 111 -- 8 Logistics Impact 130 -- 9 Impact on Marketing, Sales, and Customer Service 149 -- 10 Customer Care Begins with Product and Service Support 167 -- 11 Need for Connectivity with Human Resources 187 -- 12 A Guide to the Future 202.
Summary Supply chain has emerged as a major focus of business improvement efforts. Unfortunately, not all firms have taken advantage of the concept, resulting in a large gap between successful e-commerce companies and failures. E-Supply Chain explains how the progress of e-commerce is dovetailing with the final stages of the supply chain evolution, and how to take advantage of it in business.
The authors show how the convergence of supply chain and e-commerce can catalyze the forging of advanced-level networks that will dominate future markets. In the first wave, some part of virtually every business will transfer to a cyber channel of distribution. In the second wave, networks targeting specific consumers will create new alliances across the full spectrum of supply. In the third wave, advanced networks will form global "value chain constellations" that will become the norm for most future industries.
Other author Bauer, Michael J., 1947-
Subject Electronic commerce.
Business logistics.
Production management.
ISBN 1576751171