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Supply Chain Managers
  • Tasks to perform include Planning, design,
    execution, and implementation of the supply chain
  • Components if the supply chain include
  • Inventory
  • Raw Materials
  • Manufacturing and Order Fulfillment
  • Transportation and Logistics

Information Processing Needs
  • Inventory
  • Number of items left in inventory The number of
    items that are left outstanding per week, per
    month, per year.
  • Dates of fabrication The dates each item has
    been produced and introduced into inventory.
  • FIFO, LIFO The Companys inventory policy can
    be either First in First Out or Last in First
    Out, depending on the type of inventory.
  • Average inventory count each year The time and
    average count of inventory each year according to
    the physical count realized periodically.
  • Sales Figures How each product sells based on
    the type of product, line, and how often they
  • Chain of production How much (in ) material is
    in raw materials, work in progress, and finished
  • Inventory Obsolescence The average time it
    takes inventory to become obsolete, depending on
    the type of product.
  • Cost of Goods Manufactured Total costs of
    producing a product, including material costs,
    labor costs, and factory overhead.
  • Inventory Turnover The days it takes to sell
    each line of products in inventory.
  • Inventory Lines The product lines the company
    has based on sales and outstanding inventory.
  • New Productions How often the company launch
    new products.
  • Revision dates How often each product in
    revised or replaced.
  • Stolen or damaged items How often and the
    percentage of items in inventory are damaged or

Information Processing Needs
  • Raw Materials
  • Pricing of materials How much materials costs
    and how those costs fluctuate throughout the
  • Costs of shipping How much it costs for
    materials to be delivered from the suppliers to
    the company.
  • Supplier contracts Which suppliers the company
    does business with, how long the contracts are
    due, and the specifications to meet the legal
    requirements of those contracts.
  • Timing The time raw materials arrive, how long
    they stay as raw materials, and how long it takes
    for them to be converted into finished goods.
  • Promotions promotions on pricing of materials
    and new potential suppliers based on costs.
  • Order fulfillment
  • Retailers Which retailers the company contracts
    with and how often they request new orders.
  • Wholesaling - Percentage of sales the company
    relies on wholesaling.

Information Processing Needs
  • Transportation
  • Warehouse and retailer locations Location of
    each warehouse and retailer by state, city, zip
  • Type of transportation Types of transportation
    services the company utilizes for delivery and
    companies that offer these services.
  • Costs Cost and fees of transportation services
    depending on type of transportation and
    destination points.
  • Timing The time required for goods to reach the
    destination points.
  • Insurance Type of insurance needed to ensure
    the safety of goods being transported.
  • Packaging Costs and materials used for
    packaging as well as the type of identification
    and barcodes.

Information System Technology
  • Supply Chain Management
  • The SAP SCM application is a part of the SAP
    Business Suite. It functions with a technology
    platform called SAP NetWeaver, which enables a
    company to reduce costs in IT while joining
    technologies into a single platform. This
    platform helps companies to process information
    and data in an organizational leveling order to
    monitor processes and generate coordination in
    the supply chain.

SAP SCM Functions
SAP SCM Solutions
SAP SCM Solutions
SAP SCM Solutions
Substitute Technologies
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Oracle SCM is an open integrated solution that
    ensures companies efficiency by predicting
    demand fluctuation, organizing and planning
    operations on the supply chain, and providing
    industry-specific solutions. Some of the
    solutions that this program offers are Advanced
    procurement, logistics and transportation
    management, order fulfillment, manufacturing
    operations management, product life-cycle
    management, supply chain planning, and

Oracle SCM Benefits
Oracle SCM vs. SAP SCM
  • Oracle
  • Less features
  • Reduced information on products
  • Certain services not provided
  • Less customized
  • SAP
  • Multiple benefits
  • More services in package
  • More technical support
  • More information provided on products

The SAP SCM suite provides the best optimal
solution for problems with the management of the
supply chain. The different information needs and
technological advances in the area of inventory,
logistics, distribution, and manufacturing make
the job of a supply chain manager very difficult
and there are always different concerns that
arise as well as possibilities to enhance
operations and make the supply chain more
efficient. The SAP software provided is the best
solution to all these problems and it entails
more tools and technology to make all these
possibilities come true.
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