Critical success factors in the adoption of ubiquitous SCM systems: Strategic implications
- Critical success factors in the adoption of ubiquitous SCM systems: Strategic implications
- 김창수; 김성원; 갸넨드라조쉬
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- Information (Japan), v.18, no.2, pp.537 - 556
- The purpose of this study is to identify the critical success factors in the adoption of ubiquitous supply chain management systems and to examine their relationships with organizational performance. Based on a literature review and interviews with managers from Korean firms, the study compiles a list of 12 critical success factors consisting of 63 items. The results of a survey administered to managers from various organizations in Korea indicate that the critical success factors from management and technical aspects explain organizational performance at various levels. ? 2015 International Information Institute.
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