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The Use of Information Technology for Supply Chain Management by Chinese Companies

  • Liam Doyle
  • Jiahong Wang
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Abstract

This paper examines the use of information to facilitate supply chain management by Chinese companies. It examines the barriers and drivers of information technology in both the upstream and downstream supply chains. It also examines the types of applications that are being used by Chinese companies to help them manage their supply chains.

Keywords

Supply Chain Supply Chain Management Chinese Company Trading Partner Customer Relationship Management 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Waterford Institute of TechnologyWaterfordIreland

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