Integrated Manufacturing Systems: Volume 13 Issue 8


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

The holonic enterprise: a model for Internet‐enabled global manufacturing supply chain and workflow management

Mihaela Ulieru, Robert W. Brennan, Scott S. Walker

Merges the latest results obtained by the holonic manufacturing systems (HMS) consortium with the latest developed standards for platform interoperability released by the…

Supply chain modelling – a co‐ordination approach

Zhengping Li, K Arun, Yan Guan Lim

One of the typical issues in supply chain management (SCM) implementation is how to capture the complexities of supply chains. This paper reviews the existing supply chain…

Enterprise integration: creating competitive capabilities

Ashley Braganza

For manufacturing firms, the concept of integration is hardly novel. The Total Quality, JIT, and supply chain management movements required improved internal and external…

Application of established and emerging B2B e‐commerce technologies: Australian empirical evidence

Damien Power

Draws on data collected from 553 Australian companies and focuses on differences in the adoption of established (e.g. EDI) and emerging (e.g. the Internet) technologies…

XML‐based supply chain integration: a case study

Juha‐Miikka Nurmilaakso, Jari Kettunen, Ilkka Seilonen

This paper describes experiences gained from the implementation and evaluation of an XML‐based integration system in a real case. The prototype was designed to support…

Collaborative supply chain planning using electronic marketplaces

Martin Rudberg, Niklas Klingenberg, Kristoffer Kronhamn

The purpose of this paper is to show how the functionality of electronic marketplaces can facilitate collaborative supply chain planning. Supply chain planning processes…



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