Item description for The Networked Supply Chain: Applying Breakthrough BPM Technology to Meet Relentless Customer Demands by Charles C. Poirier Lynette Ferrara...
The vision of the networked enterprise is now a reality. This cutting-edge book illustrates how to implement a new breakthrough business process management (BPM) technology that will change the competitive business landscape. BPM gives businesses the means to manage processes across systems, people, and organizations, providing visibility and control over each instance of those processes right across the supply chain network.
Key features include:
-Supplies concrete examples of how BPM technology has helped firms of varying size in industries as diverse as automotive, aerospace, banking, consumer products, defense, healthcare, industrial products, insurance, manufacturing, and retailing
-Discusses the role of BPM technology in providing visibility and control over business processes that span systems, people, and linked businesses
-Provides a practical guide for transforming a company from a stand-alone supply chain entity to a member of a flexible network with a market advantage
-Includes case studies of businesses that have used BPM technology to achieve radical improvements in value delivered to their customers
-Presents a framework that businesses and IT executives can use to build a superior networked enterprise from initial strategy through implementation
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.26" Width: 6.16" Height: 0.72" Weight: 0.98 lbs.
Publisher J. Ross Publishing
ISBN 1932159088 ISBN13 9781932159080
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The Networked Supply Chain: Applying Breakthrough BPM Technology to Meet Relentless Customer Demands Sep 1, 2005
Basic in both supply chain concepts and BPM. You can tell the book was written by several authors as same materials were presented over again in other chapters. One got the feeling they were selling a BPM product. There focus was on the computer system rather then the human elements of business processes.
None of the authors touched on Business Process Mapping as a tool for documenting how things are done from a human prespective.