Supply Chain Management Information Resource

Supply Chain Management Information Resource

Supply Chain Management links for professionals and researchers

Supply Chain Management is the process of moving products/raw materials and information between suppliers and customers. In the 1990s, Supply Chain Management emerged as a new area in which companies could streamline operations, saving both time and money. For example, supply chain management objectives might include reducing lead times, lowering inventories, or finding ways to improve forecasting to better cope with shifts in demand. The ultimate goal of supply chain management may go beyond competitive advantage and saving money; better use of resources and technology will lead to cleaner, more efficient industries, better product and service integration across products and companies, and more effective transportation networks that reduce congestion and wear and tear on critical infrastructure.

Supply Chain Management Information Resource Contents:
  1. Information, Education, Training
  2. Consultants and Services
  3. Books, Newsletters, Other Publications
  4. Groups and Associations
  5. Software Companies

Information, Education, Training

Consultants and Services

Books, Newsletters, Other Publications

Groups and Associations

Software Companies

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Last update: March 14, 2004