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Supply Chain Management. Sam Babcock Austin Carter Liam Kane Cary Konopka. Table of Contents. Introduction-Austin Part 1 System Overview-Austin Purpose Main Functions Benefits Part 2 Modules and Vendors-Sam. Table of Contents….cont. Part 3 Emerging technologies - Liam Part 4

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Supply chain management

Supply Chain Management

Sam Babcock

Austin Carter

Liam Kane

Cary Konopka


Table of contents
Table of Contents

  • Introduction-Austin

    Part 1

  • System Overview-Austin

    • Purpose

    • Main Functions

    • Benefits

      Part 2

  • Modules and Vendors-Sam


Table of contents cont
Table of Contents….cont.

Part 3

  • Emerging technologies - Liam

    Part 4

  • Case Studies - Cary

    • Nike

  • Conclusion -Austin



System overview purpose
System Overview:Purpose






Case study
Case Study

  • Implemented in 2000

  • Major overhaul of old legacy systems

    • SAP ERP system

    • CRM system

    • I2 technologies SCM software

  • Inadequate SAP demand forecasting


Case study issues
Case Study- Issues

  • Customized the software

    • Needed to be integrated with legacy system

  • Underestimated the risk with SCM

    • Thought to be a small project

  • Loss of 100 million dollars in sales

    • System created excess and insufficient amount of orders

  • Insufficient amount of employee training

  • Cost over 400 million to implement


Case study benefits
Case Study- Benefits

  • Improved collaboration with factories

  • Reduced product to market cycle time from nine to six months

  • Reduced inventory, and interval time

  • Improved demand forecasting and demand visibility

  • Reduced costs


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