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Einsatz von RFID im Supply Chain Management: Eine empirische Analyse der Einflussfaktoren

  title={Einsatz von RFID im Supply Chain Management: Eine empirische Analyse der Einflussfaktoren},
  author={Maria Madlberger},
  booktitle={Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik},
RFID ermoglicht verschiedene Anwendungen in der Supply Chain. Bisher besteht jedoch wenig Kenntnis uber dessen Anwendung in der Praxis. Diese quantitative Studie untersucht und bestatigt den Einfluss der wahrgenommenen internen, interorganisatorischen und technischen Vorteile sowie der Kosten auf die Absicht von Unternehmen, RFID einzusetzen. 
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