Supply Chain Performance Improvement
Keywords:Business renovation, Supply chain integration, Business process model, Information transfer in supply chain, Supply chain integration benefits
This Paper deals with business renovation, effective utilization of Information technology and the role of business process modelling in supply Chain integration projects. The main idea is to show how the performance of the supply chain can be improved with the integration of various tiers in the Supply Chain. Integration is prerequisite for effective sharing and utilization of information between different companies in the chain. Simulation –based Methodology for measuring the benefits combine the simulation of business Processes with the simulation of supply and demand. The theoretical Findings are illustrated with the case study of procurement process in petrol Company. Old and renewed business process models are shown. The changes in lead-times, process execution costs, and quality of the process and Inventory costs are estimated.
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