Side effects of mandatory EDI order processing in the automotive supply chain

Thomas W. Lauer (Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, USA)

Business Process Management Journal

ISSN: 1463-7154

Publication date: 1 December 2000

Abstract

Describes a case study of a process reengineering project conducted by a tier 1 supplier in the automotive industry. The process that was reengineered was the bill‐to‐cash process for its OEM customer. Deficiencies in the process came to light as a result of implementing OEM mandated support for the firm’s material flow process. The case analysis examines the interconnectedness of processes within a firm and how changing one through adoption of EDI can affect or draw attention to a number of related processes. Describes the role played by a very active industry interest group, which has served as a supporter and advocate for the adoption of EDI within the automotive supply chain.

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Lauer, T. (2000), "Side effects of mandatory EDI order processing in the automotive supply chain", Business Process Management Journal, Vol. 6 No. 5, pp. 366-375. https://doi.org/10.1108/14637150010352381

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MCB UP Ltd

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