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OU03-01. Modeling the Value Proposition of the Marketplace vs. Direct Connection. Ricki G. Ingalls, Ph.D. Loay Sehwail, Ph.D. Candidate Oklahoma State University Center for Engineering Logistics and Distribution. Inputs. Costs ( Administrative and Technical Cost)

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Modeling the value proposition of the marketplace vs direct connection

OU03-01

Modeling the Value Proposition of the Marketplace vs. Direct Connection

Ricki G. Ingalls, Ph.D.

Loay Sehwail, Ph.D. Candidate

Oklahoma State University

Center for Engineering Logistics and Distribution


Inputs

Inputs

  • Costs ( Administrative and Technical Cost)

    • Technical Staff Average Hourly Rate

    • Administrative Staff Average Hourly Rate

  • Number of Suppliers

    • The number of supplier Conoco-Phillips plan to exchange documents with electronically.

  • Connectivity Time

    • Number of hours needed for the connectivity phase in the marketplace and direct connect scenarios from the buyer side.

    • Number of hours needed for the connectivity phase in the marketplace and direct connect scenario from the supplier side.

  • Maintenance Time

    • Number of hours needed for the maintenance phase in the marketplace and direct connect scenario from the buyer side.

    • Number of hours needed for the maintenance phase in the marketplace and direct connect scenario from the suppliers side.

  • Cost of building an in house hub to enable the direct connect to type IV and type V suppliers ( Explained later).


Types of suppliers in the connectivity phase

Types of Suppliers in the Connectivity Phase


Cost analysis phase

Cost Analysis Phase


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