Inter-organizational cooperation with SAP solutions: design and management of supply networks

By: Buxmann, Peter
Contributor(s): Fricke, Markus | Konig, Wolfgang | Hollich, Franz | Diaz, Luis Martin | Weber, Sascha
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Berlin Springer-Verlag 2004Edition: 2nd edDescription: xiii, 242 p. With 123 figures and 8 tables ISBN: 9783540200758Subject(s): MY SAP.com | Industrial procurement - Management - Computer network | Management information systems | Industrial management systems | Industrial management - Computer Programmes | Electronic commerceDDC classification: 658.5 Summary: Inter-organizational Cooperation with SAP Solutions - now in its second edition -describes the potential for cooperation in supply chain networks as well as the use of mySAP solutions in an inter-organizational context. The main focus is on applications from the fields of XML/EDI, data warehousing, supply chain management and electronic markets. On the basis of five case studies from the automotive industry, the use of mySAP solutions is demonstrated in practice. This second edition has been totally revised to take account of current challenges concerning building up cooperation from both the management and the software perspective. In order to achieve this, the author team was expanded.
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Inter-organizational Cooperation with SAP Solutions - now in its second edition -describes the potential for cooperation in supply chain networks as well as the use of mySAP solutions in an inter-organizational context. The main focus is on applications from the fields of XML/EDI, data warehousing, supply chain management and electronic markets. On the basis of five case studies from the automotive industry, the use of mySAP solutions is demonstrated in practice. This second edition has been totally revised to take account of current challenges concerning building up cooperation from both the management and the software perspective. In order to achieve this, the author team was expanded.

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