Logistics Information Management: Volume 6 Issue 5


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Using Computers for Management Decisions

Bruce Curry

Examines the ways in which computers can be used to assist inmanagement decision making, emphasizing, above all, the practicalaspects. Begins with the provision of…

British Standards – Bureaucracy or Benefit?

Michael Sanderson

To understand better the nature of standards one must remove thebureaucratic details and focus on the benefits: improvingcompetitiveness, protecting the consumers, and…

Implications of Developments in Electronic Trading: A Cross‐industry View

Peter Bonfield

The impact of IT extends further than simply increasingefficiencies. Five areas of impact are provided with the specificimplications for ICL: business structure;…

Justifying Investment in Technology

David Triggs

How investments in technology are justified will often determinewhether they are made. It is therefore important for managers tounderstand the process of decision making…

Applications Management in Logistics

David Walker

Research commissioned by a major UK open systems supplier, Hoskynsplc, reveals that cost containment is the key issue driving ITdepartments, not management performance or…


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Winning Orders by Better Logistics

Hal Mather

Argues that yesterday′s ways of gaining competitive advantage nolonger work and that tomorrow′s opportunity lies in profitabilitydelighting customers – giving them…

The Paperless Office of the Future

Thomas F. Connolly, Brian H. Kleiner

To meet the needs of the environment and to improve competitivenessthrough lower costs and greater responsiveness, the paperless office isonce again being anticipated…



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