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The SCOR model as an effective tool for measuring Supply Chain Performance



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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 2,5, University of Applied Sciences Fulda, language: English, abstract: The main objective of this paper is to analyse the Supply Chain Operation Reference (SCOR) model as an effective instrument for measuring Supply Chain Performance. At the end a conclusion will be drawn based on the investigation carried out and a future perspective will be mentioned. The 21st Century has been characterized by drastic advances in product development and shorter product life cycles. The customer nowadays places a lot of emphasis on delivery times. Thus, rushing the right products to the end-user has been the main objective of most companies. More so, in order to maintain strategic advantages companies have to improve their prices in order to maintain their market shares. Supply Chain management is thus the strategic weapon needed by most global firms nowadays to stay on top of their game. Given that raw materials and the manufacturing processes take place at different locations and even continents. The coordination of information, materials and financial flow is therefore imperative in order for the smooth and swift flow of data and products to be ensured. Assessing and measuring the performance of processes along the entire supply chain is thus recommended. So that every Supply Chain partner in the SC-Network will benefit from the partnership. Therefore the question arises: Which instrument can be effectively used to measure the performance of a Supply Chain. Companies have to measure their Supply Chain Performance in order to have a clear sense of direction. By setting goals based on performance variables, measuring them and following them up. It is possible to create an improving business pattern that is in line with the company´s strategic goals. Companies have to measure and assess the processes involved along their entire supply chain. By so doing the






Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 2,5, University of Applied Sciences Fulda, language: English, abstract: The main objective of this paper is to analyse the Supply Chain Operation Reference (SCOR) model as an effective instrument for measuring Supply Chain Performance. At the end a conclusion will be drawn based on the investigation carried out and a future perspective will be mentioned. The 21st Century has been characterized by drastic advances in product development and shorter product life cycles. The customer nowadays places a lot of emphasis on delivery times. Thus, rushing the right products to the end-user has been the main objective of most companies. More so, in order to maintain strategic advantages companies have to improve their prices in order to maintain their market shares. Supply Chain management is thus the strategic weapon needed by most global firms nowadays to stay on top of their game. Given that raw materials and the manufacturing processes take place at different locations and even continents. The coordination of information, materials and financial flow is therefore imperative in order for the smooth and swift flow of data and products to be ensured. Assessing and measuring the performance of processes along the entire supply chain is thus recommended. So that every Supply Chain partner in the SC-Network will benefit from the partnership. Therefore the question arises: Which instrument can be effectively used to measure the performance of a Supply Chain. Companies have to measure their Supply Chain Performance in order to have a clear sense of direction. By setting goals based on performance variables, measuring them and following them up. It is possible to create an improving business pattern that is in line with the company´s strategic goals. Companies have to measure and assess the processes involved along their entire supply chain. By so doing the


The SCOR model is a management tool that can handle improve and communicate supply chain management decisions within a company to meet customer demand by measuring reliability responsiveness. Results from this study show that SCOR is a very effective tool to develop performance metrics of the supply chain. The SCOR model is the industry de facto standard for providing Business Process Modeling data metrics for evaluating Performance Management and Best. business rules to improve and measure supply chain efficiency. Standards must be established to improve and measure supply chain efficiency.


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At the end a conclusion will be drawn based on the investigation carried out and a future perspective will be mentioned. Then finding is SCOR model more suitable to measure supply chain performance in this case. Statistical Analysis Based on the Supply Chain Operation Reference Model. Different supply chain performance evaluation models frameworks hadbeen suggested by researchers. Assess compare and improve your organizations supply chain performance with . Supply chain operations reference model is used to model the linkage of the strategic . measuring supply chain performance by using SCOR model is . SCOR provides organizations with a basic process modelling tool an extensive benchmark database and guidelines on how to measure the supply chain operations. The fundamental success of supply chain management involves the effective coordination and integration of all the entities among the various supply chain partnersfor example suppliers distributors inbound and outbound transportation thirdparty logistics companies and information systems providers. This paper shows mapping of business processes in the palm oil downstream industry involving industry of crushings refineries and oleochemicals. standard supply chain PERFORMANCE METRICS enabling for .


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