 Presented To: Prof. V. N.

Bajpai  Presented by:-

 Alok Pandey

 SCM:" Is the strategic management of activities involved in the acquisition and conversion of materials to finished products delivered to the customer  E-SCM may be described as the integrated management approach for planning and controlling the flow of materials from suppliers to end users using Internet technologies .


 Supports exchange of real time information  Platform independent  Web visibility & processing capability 24/7  Return on investment  It has open internet application architecture which allows for Rapid deployment & scalability combining unlimited users in real time environment  Incorporates broadcast & active messaging .



and fleet Management. however the use of internet technology has enhanced communication between supply chain participants. ❑ Distribution modeling and route optimisation. ❑ Evaluation of transportation performances. Most interfaces are supported by EDI.❑ Complete support of transportation order management. . ❑ Open database for execution and administration of transport activities. transport planning. ❑ Communication with other supply chain participants.

. 2. Base Rate. called Supply Chain planning which is used for demand forecasting. which is useful for computing freight costs. Carrier select & match pay (version 2. A new software programme developed by Ross systems Inc. replenishment & manufacturing tools for accurate planning and scheduling of activities. compares transportation mode rates. In the development and maintenance of Supply chain's information systems both software and hardware must be addressed.0) developed by Distribution Sciences Inc. analyze cost and service effectiveness of carrier. Recent development in Supply chain management software are: 1.

. 4. P&G distributing company and Saber decision Technologies resulted in a software system called Transportation Network optimization for streamlining the bidding and award process. 3. Logitility planning solution was recently introduced to provide a programme capable managing the entire supply chain.

 Inter-company communication (vital in today’s multi-company supply chains). supply chain mgmt.  Making sophisticated business systems available to small and medium-sized firms. etc.  Non-technical challenges:  international regulatory and standards issues  balancing need to share with privacy needs . Integration of business information systems: ERP.

.  With recent increase in the speed of the IT.  Manage customer information. A company can improve its processes to increased by IT.  To contact with firm regarding service issues and integrate customer information and firm information to bring great benefits to both customer and firm. it has provided firms with the ability to offer their customers another way.  Reduce delivery time.

 It save cost as well as time.  IT helps to communicate with vendors. 1) The use of the IT in managing purchasing in the supply chains has developed rapidly.  Reduce lead time.  Face-to-face negotiations are not used as frequently because the negotiations can conducted through the IT. checking vendor price quotes and making purchases from vendor catalogues. .

 Successful buyer supplier relationships are associated with high levels of information sharing. Information sharing (quality and quantity) refers to the extent to which critical and proprietary information is communicated to one’s supply chain partner. Purpose that IT deployment in supply chains leads to closer buyer-supplier relationships. .

 the monitoring of pickups at regional distribution centers by carriers is the most popular application of the IT in this area.  The goals are to reduce the cycle time to fill customer's order. reduce the inventory of parts.Transportation typically is the highest cost component in a supply chain. work in process and finished goods in the pipeline. The most popular use of the IT in supply chains is in the management of transport . .  increase the accuracy and completeness of filling a customer's order and of billing him for it and accelerate the payment for the delivered items to put cash in the bank as soon as possible.

 IT to coordinate their JIT programs with vendors. in order to decrease the delivery lead time and inventory.  The most popular use of the IT in this area is the communication of stock outs by customer to vendors.  the ability of firms to notify customers of order shipping delays and inventory emergencies. or the notification of stock outs by companies to their customer. Management of inventory. .

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