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Issue 1/ 2005, article 1

Authors: Bogusław Śliwczyński

Title: BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT IN SUPLLY CHAIN SUPPORTED BY E-BUSINESS

Keywords: supply chain, supply chain management, business process, process analysis, process parameter, process specification, process mapping, business process data base, control parameters, control algorithm, repository of general and common process, e-business, electronic platform, added value, direct product profitability

Abstract: The supply chain management is playing a key role for each company because makes real business processes and income from product sale. The comprehension and business processes interactions along supply chain making up critical importance for success in the fast changing and competitive global business arena. Business partners cooperation in rapid changing market environment requires mass data flows acquisition and quasi-real time processing in many areas of operations activities in supply chain. All above mentioned ventures are aimed at processes rationalization together with deliverers and receivers that allows for competitiveness increasing in full supply chain. The management of mutually related business processes is supported by SCM (Supply Chain Management) level integrated information system or by electronic data interchange open standards of global e-business. Global standards of process modelling methodology (e.g. UMM - Unified Modelling Methodology) and modelling language (e.g. UML - Unified Modelling Language) (UN/CEFACT - United Nations / Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business ) applied to process specification guarantee equal and clear-cut process interpretation between business partners in supply chain. The process supervision requires performance indicators continuous monitoring and process parameters to control procedures execution. The article presents how operations processes management in supply chains adjusted to business process management (BPM) systems contribute controlling added value and direct product profitability in supply chain.

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MLA Śliwczyński, Bogusław. "BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT IN SUPLLY CHAIN SUPPORTED BY E-BUSINESS." Logforum 1.1 (2005): 1.
APA Bogusław Śliwczyński (2005). BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT IN SUPLLY CHAIN SUPPORTED BY E-BUSINESS. Logforum 1 (1), 1.
ISO 690 ŚLIWCZYńSKI, Bogusław. BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT IN SUPLLY CHAIN SUPPORTED BY E-BUSINESS. Logforum, 2005, 1.1: 1.
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