Cutting down the Difficulties of SCM Implementation: A Comparison between Iranian and Malaysian Companies

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Although management of organizations are faced with a number of problems which come up during implementing SCM projects, intense competition force them to overcome these difficulties on order to be successful in the fierce global market . In Developing countries, such as Iran and Malaysia, this matter is still considered as a major challenge due to facing several troubles for implementing SCM across their organizations. This paper presented several problems which have occurred when SCM were implemented across Iranian and Malaysian organizations and also suggested a proper framework for cutting down the most important of those difficulties. A survey questionnaire was used to gather the data needed and the review of literature leads authors to propose two frameworks. The survey reveals that both Iranian and Malaysian companies suffer from the “lack of information” as a major difficulty in implementing SCM. Framework A and B were suggested for sharing point of sale (POS) data across the SCM to overcome the lack of information across the chain. The findings of this research would give invaluable information to all managements who investigate for the proper method to conquer the SCM problems.

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Ran Chen

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3652-3656

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.44-47.3652

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M. Manzouri et al., "Cutting down the Difficulties of SCM Implementation: A Comparison between Iranian and Malaysian Companies", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 44-47, pp. 3652-3656, 2011

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December 2010

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