Experience Using the IBM Supply Chain Simulator

@inproceedings{Bagchi1998ExperienceUT,
  title={Experience Using the IBM Supply Chain Simulator},
  author={Sugato Bagchi and Stephen J. Buckley and Markus Ettl and Grace Y. Lin},
  booktitle={Winter Simulation Conference},
  year={1998}
}
The IBM Supply Chain Simulator (SCS) is a software to that can help a company or a group of companies m strategic business decisions about the design and oper of its supply chain. SCS and its predecessors w originally developed by IBM Research to improve IBM internal supply chains. The tool has played an import role in the resurgence of IBM over the last six years. 1997 the IBM Industry Solution Units began using the to to help its clients improve their supply chains. After abo a year of… CONTINUE READING
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