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In the early 1990s, the IBM Corporation decided that its microelectronics division should expand from producing parts exclusively for other IBM locations to producing a range of products for diverse… Expand
IBM uses operations research techniques to plan its enterprise semiconductor supply chain. The scale and complexity of this planning problem make developing robust supply chain optimization tools a… Expand
In the mid-1980s, Karl Kempf of Intel and Gary Sullivan of IBM independently proposed that planning, scheduling, and dispatch decisions across an enterprise’s demand-supply network were best viewed… Expand
Organizations can be viewed as an ongoing sequence of loosely coupled decisions where current and future assets are matched with current and future demand across the demand-supply network at… Expand
IBM formed a team in the mid 1990s to develop a next generation demand-supply matching system. Using advanced heuristic algorithms and Linear Programming (LP), this team built a comprehensive system… Expand