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The Impact of Electronic Commerce on the Supply Chain [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780857243553Series: Benchmarking: An International Journal - Volume 17, Issue 4Publication details: Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9780857243560
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Impact of Electronic Commerce on the Supply ChainDDC classification:
  • 658
LOC classification:
  • HF5548.32
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Contents:
Cover; CONTENTS; EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD; Guest editorial; Effective benchmarking of innovation adoptions; Towards full integration: eProcurement implementation stages; Impact of e-procurement on procurement practices and performance; Electronic commerce applications for supply chain integration and competitive capabilities; Integration of supply chain IT and lean practices for mass customization; Measuring visibility to improve supply chain performance: a quantitative approach; Assessing the benefits of B2B trade cycle integration: a model in the home appliances industry;
Summary: This e-book focuses on the impact of Electronic Commerce on the Supply Chain. The e-book starts with a theoretical paper on the adoption of e-procurement technologies by Azadegan and Teich. Continuing on the subject of e-procurement, the second paper by Luzzini et al. tackles the identification of maturity stages for e-procurement adoption by conceptualizing and developing a theoretical framework. Quesada et al. posit a model to investigate relationships between e-procurement technology usage, procurement practices and procurement performance. The fourth paper by Hong, Tran, and Park empirical
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Cover; CONTENTS; EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD; Guest editorial; Effective benchmarking of innovation adoptions; Towards full integration: eProcurement implementation stages; Impact of e-procurement on procurement practices and performance; Electronic commerce applications for supply chain integration and competitive capabilities; Integration of supply chain IT and lean practices for mass customization; Measuring visibility to improve supply chain performance: a quantitative approach; Assessing the benefits of B2B trade cycle integration: a model in the home appliances industry;

This e-book focuses on the impact of Electronic Commerce on the Supply Chain. The e-book starts with a theoretical paper on the adoption of e-procurement technologies by Azadegan and Teich. Continuing on the subject of e-procurement, the second paper by Luzzini et al. tackles the identification of maturity stages for e-procurement adoption by conceptualizing and developing a theoretical framework. Quesada et al. posit a model to investigate relationships between e-procurement technology usage, procurement practices and procurement performance. The fourth paper by Hong, Tran, and Park empirical