- What are the stages of supply chain?
- What are the four primary drivers of supply chain management?
- What are the four R’s in supply chain management describe each?
- What are the 5 basic components of supply chain management?
- What are the major types of SCM software?
- What are the four types of supply chains?
What are the stages of supply chain?
The 5 essential stages in developing a successful supply chainStage 1: Plan.
Planning involves a wide range of activities.
Stage 2: Source.
This aspect of supply chain management involves organizing the procurement of raw materials and components.
Stage 3: Make.
Stage 4: Deliver.
Stage 5: Return..
What are the four primary drivers of supply chain management?
Facilities, inventory, transportation and information are the four major drivers of the supply chain.
What are the four R’s in supply chain management describe each?
These ‘4 Rs’ are – Responsiveness, Reliability, Resilience – and – Relationships.
What are the 5 basic components of supply chain management?
In SCM, the supply chain manager coordinates the logistics of all aspects of the supply chain which consists of five parts:The plan or strategy.The source (of raw materials or services)Manufacturing (focused on productivity and efficiency)Delivery and logistics.The return system (for defective or unwanted products)
What are the major types of SCM software?
Types. There are two main types of SCM software applications: planning and execution. The planning software applications use advanced algorithms to determine the best way to fulfill a product order.
What are the four types of supply chains?
Supply chain models and simulations in SCM Globe are composed of just four types of entities: PRODUCTS; FACILITIES; VEHICLES; ROUTES. These entities relate to each other and their interactions are what drive supply operations and produce the simulation results.