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Suppliers. Manufacturers. Warehouses & Distribution Centers. Customers. Transportation Costs. Transportation Costs. Transportation Costs. Material Costs. Manufacturing Costs. Inventory Costs. Supply Chain. PRESENT BY : NG SI LING B050810253 LEE WEN HAU B050810183
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PRESENT BY :
NG SI LING B050810253
LEE WEN HAU B050810183
LIM WENG KEAT B050810181
The sequence of organizations – their facilities, functions and activities- that are involving in producing and delivering a product or service.
SCM is a strategic coordination of the supply chain for the purpose of integrating supply and demand management.
Bullwhip EffectSupply Chain Management and Uncertainty
Inventory Oscillations become progressively larger looking backward through supply chain
Market Research Analysis
Panels of Experts
First noticed by Procter & Gamble executives examining the order patterns for Pampers disposable diapers. They noticed that order variation increased dramatically as one moved from retailers to distributors to the factory.
increases the difficulty of planning at the factory level
ReturnWhy Is SCM Difficult?
Shorter lead times
Greater customer loyalty
In the first step, managers should prepare the organization for move toward apply SCM strategically.
The second Step is related to the developing strategies and encompassed the following cases:
Step 1 – Energize the Organization
Establishment of SCM and e-Business educational courses.
Ensure top management that supply chain and e-Business strategies are integrated.
Pursue the executive team to act as a sponsor.
Enhance the ways in which people work.
Step 2 – Enterprise Vision
Defining the nature of the competitive competencies possessed within the current infrastructure and outside the supply chain network.
Identify and then prioritize which supply chain values should be undertaken that would provide the greatest enterprise and trading partner benefits.
Focused on improving core business functions and sustaining the competitive advantages they drive.
Step 4 – Opportunity identification
Provide the collaborative with a map of possible choices for the application of SCM strategies.
Detailing and prioritizing the possible supply chain solution and alternatives
Constructing the Business Value Proposition
Structuring the Scope of Collaboration
Structuring a set of meaningful and focused performance measurements that allow corporate planners to gauge the effectiveness of their supply chain solutions.
Reviews business context, strategies and current supply chain
Identify whether current setup is helping or hurting your business and to determine how to improve it.
To control the movement and storage of materials within an operation and process the associated transactions.
Utilize technology (Barcode scanner, mobile computer, Radio-frequency identification (RFID) )
RFID: Uses radio waves to identify objects in supply chains.
RFID tag is attached to an object.
Provide unique identification, enabling businesses to identify, track, monitor, or locate practically any object in the supply chain that is within range of a tag reader.