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The supply chain of a case study in the embedded devices industry was examined from the perspective of a high service level for the delivery of one of its products. For this purpose, an agent-based object-oriented model of the supply chain with a quantity reorder system for the inventory management was developed. The historical demand data from the ERP(More)
The majority of current information systems were implemented using traditional paradigms which include business modeling techniques applied during the analysis phase such as Data Flow Diagrams and Entity-Relationship Diagrams. These legacy systems are now struggling to cope with recent developments, particularly trends towards e-Commerce applications,(More)
AbstrAct Recently, many organisations have become aware of the limitations of their legacy systems to adapt to new technical requirements. Trends towards e-commerce applications, platform independence, reusability of prebuilt components, capacity for reconfiguration, BLOCKINand BLOCKINhigher BLOCKINreliability BLOCKINhave BLOCKINcon-tributed to the need to(More)
The present research concentrates on automation of retail process that involves customers. One can save on total man power required to manage a physical retail store and store tills if RFID at item level is implemented in a retail store. One can reduce number of persons at Security / Payment till required at store counter and exit. Although RFID can(More)
The purpose of this work is to build a risk management decision support system for the real estate industry. The decision support system would be useful for risk managers interested in real estate investment. The paper identifies the main risk management related decisions that real estate professionals made on a daily basis. Risk management decision models(More)
The recent introduction of supply chain systems has redefined the way organizations perceive collaboration. Although characterized as a human driven process by which people communicate, share knowledge, and cooperate internally; collaboration also extends outside the organization and across the supply chain by interacting with both suppliers and customers.(More)