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SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (SCM)

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SCM: CONCEPT

Supply

chain

is

a

chain

of

activities

describing

the

flow

of

materials/goods from suppliers to the end user.

In other words supply chain is an integrated approach or flow of the

goods movement from suppliers to the end users.

Major players involved along with this chain are suppliers, warehouse, manufacturers, logistics department or the transport department, customer or distributor.

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Supply chain management is to ensure seamless flow between many entities and ensure delivery of goods to the customer.

Ultimate objective to manage the flow seamlessly is to attain the

level of synchronization between all the players that will make organization more responsive to customer needs while lowering costs and hence more competitive.

Role of SCM is to design efficient processes in the various business functions such as procurement, warehousing, transport, etc. plan and execute the activities at the different stages.

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SCM IN MANUFACTURING

SCM IN MANUFACTURING Manufacturing supply chain is largely dominated by Supply and logistics network to supply

Manufacturing supply chain is largely dominated by Supply and logistics network to supply of raw materials. Warehousing operation to inspect, stack and issue the raw material and keep track of inventory. Warehouse is also

to ensure once the finished goods are manufactured prepare a proper packing list,

packages to load them to transport to the customer and receive the acknowledgement

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SUPPLY CHAIN IN RETAIL

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EVOLUTION OF SUPPLY CHAIN

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SCM COMPONENTS

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SCM BENEFITS

Efficient Supply Chain Network

Supply chain implementation brings in 360° visibility across the entire supply chain network. It tracks and manages all the activities across all the components of supply chain, namely suppliers, production centres, warehouses and distribution channels.

Optimize Delivery Performance

Successful implementation of SC brings in value additions in achieving on time deliveries and finally, maintains the satisfied customer.

Cost Reduction

One of the most importance objectives of SCM is to reduce the cost relating to inventories by having improved inventory management function.

Inventory models like just-in-time (JIT), arriving at the proper inventory levels will reduce

the financial burden of overstocking of the material. This will have further impact on

achieving the reduction in production cost and the benefit is passed on to the customer.

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SUPPLY CHAIN: IT PRODUCTS

Expectations from the IT Products

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Expectations from the Business

Expectations from the Applications

1

Continued focus on cost cutting

Better contract management More automation Improved performance reporting

2

Realtime collaboration

Compliance with standards Increased visibility

3

Accountability

Accurate performance measures Compliance support

4

Alignment between SCM and CRM

Business flows that cross organizations Unified information architecture

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SCM: PRODUCT FOOTPRINT

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SCM: PRODUCT FOOTPRINT

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