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The Fit Between ICT Needs And ICT Capability And Its Influence On Supply Chain Performance

X. Zhang, D.P. van Donk, T. van der Vaart
Published 2007 · Business

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Information and communication technology (ICT) utilization is considered as one of the major factors in supply chain management and an important approach to improve supply chain performance. Based upon some concerns regarding the constructs, measurements and items used, this paper analyses survey- based research with respect to the relationship between ICT and SCM, supply chain performance. Based upon analysis, this paper proposes a model to explore avenues for further research that could better distinguish the interrelationships among ICT, SCM and supply chain performance.
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