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Study on Digital Approach to Mitigate the Vulnerabilities in Traditional Supply Chain Model through Supply Chain Management with the Realm of Ecommerce and RFID Technology

Published on March 2016 by Archisman Chakroborty, Sumanta Chatterjee
CAE Proceedings on International Conference on Computing
Foundation of Computer Science USA
CCSN2015 - Number 1
March 2016
Authors: Archisman Chakroborty, Sumanta Chatterjee
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Archisman Chakroborty, Sumanta Chatterjee . Study on Digital Approach to Mitigate the Vulnerabilities in Traditional Supply Chain Model through Supply Chain Management with the Realm of Ecommerce and RFID Technology. CAE Proceedings on International Conference on Computing. CCSN2015, 1 (March 2016), 0-0.

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title = { Study on Digital Approach to Mitigate the Vulnerabilities in Traditional Supply Chain Model through Supply Chain Management with the Realm of Ecommerce and RFID Technology },
journal = { CAE Proceedings on International Conference on Computing },
issue_date = { March 2016 },
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Abstract

Supply chain is a collection of organizations that works in an assembly line approach to accomplish a job starting from supply of a raw material to receipt of the final product by the customer. In a supply chain, essentially all of the members function as customers and suppliers simultaneously . Supply chain management is required to coordinate the transport of materials and information in the supply chain. Supply chain management deals with connecting the organizations within the supply chain in order to meet demand across the chain as efficiently as possible. Supply chain management is important to get the maximum benefit from procurement, delivery and logistics. It plays the main role to make outsourcing efficient, diminish transportation cost of inventory and give the particular company an edge over other companies. With the birth of e-commerce the traditional supply chains have changed. This paper discusses about a modern supply chain model used under e-commerce and RFID technology playing the most important role for the survival of an e-business in this competitive digital world of ecommerce with identifying and analyzing the risks associated in it.

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Index Terms

Computer Science
Information Sciences

Keywords

Supply chain Supply chain management e-commerce RFID technology identify risks transportation cost and outsourcing.