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CM1: Customer Segmentation And Supply Chain Strategy

E. Hofmann, P. Beck, Erik Füger
Published 2012 · Computer Science

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The target of the CM1 is a homogeneous segmentation of the current customers of a company into separate segments. Furthermore, the customer segments are merged with supply chain strategies to present options for the design of various pipelines within a supply chain.
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