INTEROPERABILITY PROBLEMS IN SUPPLY CHAINS CONTEXT

Abstract : Today, the enterprises must cooperate to survive in a context increasingly competing. This cooperation is carried out using organization in network through supply chain. In order to do so, the enterprises must be interoperable. For this, the system must eradicate the heterogeneity. In a first part, the paper exposes the problems of heterogeneity. In a second part is presented the synchronisation and standardisation of practices of business processes in order to solve a part of the problem of organisational heterogeneity. Then, the last part presents a method to solve heterogeneity problem in using an evolution management method: GEM. In parallel, two performance measurement systems are using.
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Séverine Blanc, Yves Ducq, Bruno Vallespir. INTEROPERABILITY PROBLEMS IN SUPPLY CHAINS CONTEXT. Information Control Problems in Manufacturing - INCOM 06, May 2006, Saint Etienne, France. pp 621-628. ⟨hal-00164711⟩

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