E-supply chain management: an evaluation of current web initiatives

@article{Lancaster2006EsupplyCM,
  title={E-supply chain management: an evaluation of current web initiatives},
  author={Sean Lancaster and David C. Yen and Cheng-Yuan Ku},
  journal={Inf. Manag. Comput. Security},
  year={2006},
  volume={14},
  pages={167-184}
}
Purpose – To provide an overview of E-supply chain management (E-SCM) initiatives, focusing on the evolution and technological drivers of moving to the web. This paper also provides a framework and analysis of current efforts in the automotive, financial services, retail, technology, and transportation sectors. Design/methodology/approach – The paper uses a qualitative experimental design, case-study approach. Companies are compared across a variety of factors affecting E-SCM. Findings – There… CONTINUE READING

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