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Logistics information systems is the combination of two disciplines: logistics and information systems. The manifestation can be two types as a course and a branch of logistics education.

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Logistics information system

  1. 1. Logistics Information System Togar M. Simatupang Masyarakat Logistik Indonesia (the Indonesian Society of Logistics) Presentasi pada SEMASSI 2011 Seminar Nasional Supply Chain dan Sistem Informasi“Integrated Logistics and Information System for Developing Supply Chain Management in Logistics Industries” Politeknik Pos Indonesia, Bandung, 12 Nopember 2011
  2. 2. Introduction• The shift in the economy from the industrial era to the information age has profound implications for the management of the modern enterprise.• Issues of ASEAN Connectivity in physical, people, and institutional connections.• Supply Chain Management is a relatively new discipline within the firm and originally dealt with the transportation and storage of goods, an advanced supply chain program coordinates activities across management functions.• In addition to transportation and distribution, other areas influenced by logistics include customer service and quality management, inventory management, location, strategic planning, procurement, and logistics information systems.• The intent of this presentation is to introduce the participants to the important concepts of Logistics Information Systems.• In addition, a special attention is given to how information technologies will transform the business landscape on logistics and supply chains. 2
  3. 3. Questions• What if Logistics united with Information Systems? – A theoretical framework is developed to specify the relationships between L and IS for logistics innovation.• What are the challenges posed by Logistics Information Systems? – LSI as a subject and a logistics education 3
  4. 4. Future Trends 4
  5. 5. Future Trends:the evolution of supply-chain integration Source: http://gabbai.com/management/purchasing-and-supply 5
  6. 6. Approach• What is Logistics?• What is Information Systems?• What is Logistics Information Systems = Uniting L and IS? 6
  7. 7. Logistics• Logistik – proses perencanaan, pelaksanaan, dan pengendalian aliran yang efisien dan efektif dari barang atau jasa dan informasi terkait mulai dari titik asal sampai titik penggunaan untuk memenuhi keperluan pelanggan (Reference: Council of Logistics Management)• Ciri-ciri Logistik: – Aliran: barang dan informasi (energi, orang, uang, dll.) – Unsur: gudang, transportasi, dan persediaan – Inti: menambah kegunaan waktu dan tempatSumber: http://www.logisticsworld.com/logistics.htm 7
  8. 8. Logistics Discipline• Logistics is the field of study to focus on the design, control, and implementation of the efficient flow and storage of goods and services and other related information from the point of origin to the point of final consumption with an aim to satisfy the requirements of its existing and prospective customers.• The management of Logistics involves the integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling, and packaging, and often security. 8
  9. 9. A Supply Chain = A Network of LogisticsSource: http://what-when-how.com/information-science-and-technology/security-and-reliability- 9of-rfid-technology-in-supply-chain-management-information-science/
  10. 10. What are the three types of flow in supply chain? 10
  11. 11. The fresh food supply chainSource: http://www.careersinsupplychain.org/what-is-scm/flows.asp 11
  12. 12. Logistics Management• Understand the role of logistics in an enterprise.• Define customer service.• Describe electronic and other logistics information systems.• Explain inventory management.• Explain materials management with special reference to Japanese systems.• Define supply chain management.• Explain the methods of transport.• Illustrate the calculation of transport cost.• Illustrate the types and costs of warehousing.• Explain electronic aids in materials handling cost and price determination of purchases.• Explain how logistics can be organized.• Explain methods for improving logistics performance. 12
  13. 13. Integrated LogisticsSource: http://www.lbbinternational.com/supply_chain_design.php 13
  14. 14. Example of Integrated Logistics 14Source: http://www.to-be.co.jp/english/eBusiness/logis_solu.html
  15. 15. Information Systems Discipline• Information Systems is an applied discipline that studies the processes of the creation, operation, and social contexts and consequences of systems that manipulate information.• The creation and operation of such systems requires the sub-processes of systems analysis, design, development and management which are bracketed at the beginning by social context and at completion by social consequences.Source: http://sydney.edu.au/engineering/it/~jonpat/Information_Systems/IS_propaganda/IS_mission_statement.html 15
  16. 16. Information and Supply Chain Management• What is the role of Information Systems and Information Technology in supply chains?• Information technology (IT) is an important enabler of effective supply chain management (Simchi-Levi et al., 2008): – IT has potential to enhance the capabilities of a firm for sustained innovation of its business processes.• The purpose of Information Systems (IS) is to gather, categorize, store and spread all information that is needed to make the organization both grow and prosper. Note: Enabler is to make possible, or easy, sanction, to make one able to do something. 16
  17. 17. Logistics and Information Systems Logistics Information Systems Design and Design, development, implementation of the installment, and efficient flow and + application of storage of goods information systems A New Discipline? Unified ogistics and Information Systems Logistics Information Systems 17
  18. 18. Logistics Information Systems• Logistics is the field of study to focus on the design and implementation of the efficient flow and storage of goods from the point of origin to consumption.• Information System is the field of study to deal with problems against the design, development, implementation, application of information system.• Logistics Information Systems (LIS) is a new discipline that unifies Logistics and Information Systems. 18
  19. 19. Key Building Blocks of LIS• Logistics Information Portal: Transactional and Analytical LIS• Logistics Computing and Simulation• Decision Support System• Database and Data Mining• E-Logistics and E-Commerce• Logistics Process Management• IT and Software: CRM, ERP, CRM, ERP, RFID, TMS, and WMS.• LIS Applications: port, retail, energy, humanitarian, agriculture, military, trade, manufacturing 19
  20. 20. Analytical and Transactional LIS 20
  21. 21. SAP Logistics Information System 21
  22. 22. Manifestation of LIS: A New Competence as a course• LIS is designed to provide professionals working within the logistics and operations management area with the skills to manage the flow of materials and information within and between organizations and their business environment.• It incorporates both practical and theoretical aspects of logistics information systems to assist managers in increasing business efficiency. 22
  23. 23. Skills Development• Interpersonal skills: Promoting active discussion and exchange of ideas in class will help participants develop strong skills in this area• Communication skills: Having a point and being able to get it across in a way that is clear, crisp and concise by promoting students’ in class presentations.• Ability to be a continuous learner and trainer of others: Knowing how to learn on an ongoing basis, how and where to gather the right information (library and online search).• Global Awareness: Developing knowledge of some LIS used around the world.• Quantitative skills: Understanding how to use information systems in SCM.• Ability to manage information technology tools: Using software, internet, attached files, Power Point, E - mail, etc.• Ethical Awareness: Understanding ethical responsibilities in using Logistics software 23
  24. 24. Manifestation of LIS: A Logistics Education• Georgia Southern University (Information Systems, Logistics Information Systems) – The LIS emphasis focuses on the use of information technology as a critical enabler of the supply chain networks that businesses use to acquire, produce, and deliver goods and services all over the world. – Students pursuing this emphasis will be prepared to help companies design information systems that integrate business processes across the supply chain. – Potential employers include large retail distribution centers, wholesalers, logistics firms (e.g. UPS, FedEx, DHL), railroads, trucking and shipping companies, and a host of other companies who are partners in supply chains. 24
  25. 25. Research Areas of LIS• DSS (Decision Support System), Wide-area-information sharing system, SIS (Strategic Information System)• Analysis of LIS by the examples of Geographical Information System (GIS)• Organizational control of human activity and organizational learning in LIS• Project Management Methodology for LIS development• Analysis, design, evaluation for user oriented LIS: System analysis, design, and evaluation at the viewpoint of LIS• Qualitative Research in LIS• Qualitative failure analysis of LIS projects at the viewpoint of each stakeholder• Value model of LIS• Logistics optimization based on LIS• LIS for SMEs 25
  26. 26. Geographic Information SystemSource: http://nj2k98.hubpages.com/hub/The-Endless-Possiblities-With-Geographic-Information-Systems 26
  27. 27. Konsep Jaringan Multi ModaSource: http://ekonomitransportasi.blogspot.com/ 27
  28. 28. Hitachi Transport System 28
  29. 29. Concluding Remarks• Integrating Logistics and Information Systems results in “Logistics Information Systems” that can be manifested in: – a new course and – a branch of logistics education.• As a course, LIS is designed to provide professionals working within the logistics and operations management area with the skills to manage the flow of materials and information within and between organizations and their business environment.• As a branch of logistics education, LIS focuses on the use of information technology as a critical enabler of the supply chain networks that businesses use to acquire, produce, and deliver goods and services all over the world. 29
  30. 30. Thank You 30

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