Logforum. 2006. 2(1), article 3
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT INSIDE COMPANY VALUE SYSTEM
Abstract: The comprehension of business processes interactions along supply chain is an important factor to succeed in the fast changing and competitive business arena. From competitive point of view there are some critical issues for companies in every day activity: the pressure to reduce overall supply chain costs, exploiting company's assets more effectively, more effective cooperation with trading partners and improving service level of customer. Those issues are the main goal of supply chain's control at first step and managing value of product in supply chain at second step. The ability to create and increase product value in supply chain depends on the ability to control it. The analytical data of a value chain analytical data provides companies with insights into their total product cost and profit behaviour. Logistics strategy controlling that bases on value measures of supply chain has its consequences in activity managment and assets allocation according to the guidelines of four BSC perspectives. Planning of cooperation in a supply chain is a business strategy issue that should base on value chain analysis. The value chain analysis is used to identify the possible sources of improved performance. The management of mutually related business processes is supported by SCM (Supply Chain Management) integrated information system. Applying a progressive approach to cost measurement of the value chain in company's integrated value system also brings a better understanding of their customers' cost, suppliers, products and processes as they move through procurement, production or distribution chain. This paper focuses on the benefits of supply chain management inside company's integrated value.
Keywords: supply chain, value chain, value analysis, controlling, Balanced ScoreCard, SCOR reference model, supply chain management, business process, process analysis, assets, mapping of strategy, SCM, productivity
|Śliwczyński, Bogusław. "SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT INSIDE COMPANY VALUE SYSTEM." Logforum 2.1 (2006): 3.
|Bogusław Śliwczyński (2006). SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT INSIDE COMPANY VALUE SYSTEM. Logforum 2 (1), 3.
|ŚLIWCZYńSKI, Bogusław. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT INSIDE COMPANY VALUE SYSTEM. Logforum, 2006, 2.1: 3.