publication . Article . 2014

CHANGES OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY AS FUNCTION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Slobodan Acimovic; Dijana Krsic;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2014 Journal: Business Logistics in Modern Management, volume 14, pages 77-82
Abstract
One of the world’s strongest industries – information technology (IT) industry, is constantly facing ever increasing need for change. A short life cycle of IT products and continuous investment in innovation (production, distribution, recycling) led to a significant evolution of supply chain management, where environmental issues are top priority.Through a completely new approach – high cooperation, partnerships, presence of many companies, more and more complex data and improved response times, today’s multiple IT supply chains involve immense number of activities, not only to reach the business goals, but to take care of the environment and sustainability as w...
Subjects
free text keywords: sustainable supply chain management, environment, sustainability, greening, savings

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