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Cloud Systems in Supply Chains



Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Author: Fawzy Soliman
Info: 2015, Hardcover, 336 p.

Cloud Systems in Supply Chains explores the risks that could face supply chain firms if their implementation of cloud systems is not carefully managed or if not appropriately selected and supported. This volume aids supply chain firms in ensuring that their cloud system activities are positioned to assist and sustain their competitive advantages.

 

 

 




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Port-Focal Logistics and Global Supply Chains
 


2013


 
Managing Towards Supply Chain Maturity: Business Process Outsourcing and Offshoring
 


2009


 
The Handbook of Global Outsourcing and Offshoring (Hardcover)
 





 
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