Subject: SCOR model | supply chain management | supply chain management; academic application; SCOR model | Economic growth, development, planning | HB71-74 | Economics as a science | academic application | HD72-88
Supply chain management concepts and models are not just confined to improving business operations in the manufacturing sector. They can also be developed and applied in the service industry by focusing on the service based supply chain. This paper will explore the appl... View more
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