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Hey, Who Interrupted My Supply Chain?

March 14, 2011 No Comments

Who stocks warehouse nowadays?  The real question is, “Who owns warehouses…or sub-assembly plants…or even manufactures products?”  Cisco, Intel, Micron and others lead a trend where rapid fluctuations in markets and technologies have led to supply chains that rely on external organizations to create just-in-time supplies of parts and even whole products.  What does this mean for BPM?  It means new systems to manage new risks.

“I need guarantees

Just as companies push work out to the World, there are standards to ensure the World delivers.  Take the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as a great example:

- Need to ensure suppliers share your Green commitment and reduce your impact to the environment?  ISO 14001 as an environmental management system framework.

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