Supply Chain Management
• It plays an important role in keeping eye on production,  Cost,  delivery• Increases overall efficiency• Supply chain so...
Some definitions of SCM :• “ It is the management of the flow of material and information so that  highest level of custom...
• Council of SCM Professionals (CSCMP)   It encompasses the planning and management of all activities involved   in   sour...
• Seven main types of E-procurement :   - Web based ERP : Creating and approving     purchasing, requisitions, placing pur...
- E-tendering : Sending requests for information and  prices to suppliers and receiving the responses of  suppliers using ...
• Tools for SCM :   – Includes modules used to execute      • Supply chain transaction      • Supplier relationship      •...
Key elements of SCM1.   Production2.   Supply3.   Inventory4.   Location5.   Transportation6.   Information
Benefits of SCM :•   Improves network•   Lower costs•   Improved collaboration•   Study of cycle time•   Proper response o...
Trends in SCM :1.   Demand Planning2.   Globalization3.   Increased competition and price pressures4.   Outsourcing5.   Sh...
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Supply chain management

  1. 1. Supply Chain Management
  2. 2. • It plays an important role in keeping eye on production, Cost, delivery• Increases overall efficiency• Supply chain sometimes also called value chain.
  3. 3. Some definitions of SCM :• “ It is the management of the flow of material and information so that highest level of customer satisfaction can be provided at lowest level of cost ”• “ It is systemic and strategic co-ordination of traditional business and tactics across these business functions within a particular company and across businesses within the supply chain, for the purposes of improving the long-term performance “• “ It is integration of key business processes across the supply chain for the purpose of creating value for customers and stakeholders ”
  4. 4. • Council of SCM Professionals (CSCMP) It encompasses the planning and management of all activities involved in sourcing, procurement, conversion, collaboration and logistic managementsE-procurement : It is B2B or B2C or B2G purchase and sale of supplies, work and services through the internet as well as other information and networking systems, such as EDI and ERP.
  5. 5. • Seven main types of E-procurement : - Web based ERP : Creating and approving purchasing, requisitions, placing purchase orders and receiving goods and services by using software systems. - E-MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) Its non-product but related to maintenance. - E-sourcing : Identifies new suppliers for a specific category of purchasing requirements using IT.
  6. 6. - E-tendering : Sending requests for information and prices to suppliers and receiving the responses of suppliers using IT.- E-reverse auctioning : Using IT to buy goods and services from a number of known or unknown suppliers.- E-informing : Gathering and distributing purchasing information both from internal and external parties using IT.- E-marketing sites :
  7. 7. • Tools for SCM : – Includes modules used to execute • Supply chain transaction • Supplier relationship • Control associated business process
  8. 8. Key elements of SCM1. Production2. Supply3. Inventory4. Location5. Transportation6. Information
  9. 9. Benefits of SCM :• Improves network• Lower costs• Improved collaboration• Study of cycle time• Proper response of conflicts• Increase revenue• Retain customers• Minimized delays
  10. 10. Trends in SCM :1. Demand Planning2. Globalization3. Increased competition and price pressures4. Outsourcing5. Shortened and more complex product life cycle6. Closer integration and collaboration

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