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A Study on the Importances, Usages, and Contributions of IT system between Line and Project base processes
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A Study on the Importances, Usages, and Contributions of IT system between Line and Project base processes
Hyun, Mincheol; Cho, BooYun;
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IT system in supply chain management(hereafter, SCM) has been regarded as one of competitive advantage to win over competing supply chain. SCM participants rush to adopt IT system to be agile for changing environment. Companies expect the improvement of the process integration over the supply chain, which enhance the overall SCM performance. IT system has been considered to influence on effective communication over the wall of firm boundaries. But, the profitability or the effectiveness of IT investment are controversial. This study try to reemphasize the importance of IT system considering the differences of processes, and the influences on the collaboration of supply chain participants. We want to know the perception level of functional managers for the importances, usages, and contributions of IT system in manufacturing sector. Also, we compare the different perception for collaborative SCM among supplier, buyer, and employees of buyer, and try to understand the context in which the IT investment acceptance occurs. We collected 297 responses(199 from line process and 98 from project process respectively). Results show that the importances, usages, and contributions of IT system are higher in the line process than in the project process.
Collaborative Supply Chain Management;Information System;IPA;Line Process;Project Process;
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