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Composite Supply Chain Applications

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Thomas Gulledge, Scott Hiroshige and Danielle Manning (2011). Composite Supply Chain Applications, Supply Chain Management - New Perspectives, Sanda Renko (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-633-1, InTech, Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/composite-supply-chain-applications Software offerings in the genre we call “Model-to-Execution” provide a viable means of supporting customized business processes while keeping interfacing and interface maintenance costs under control. Our primary hypothesis is that, via Model-to-Execution software solutions, logistics business processes can be described in business terms and then fully automated. To test this hypothesis, we perform an actual implementation project across multiple vendor systems. The paper introduces the concept of Model-to-Execution, describes the case study, and discusses some of our lessons learned.

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