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ROLE OF SUPPLY CHAIN

MANAGEMENT IN E -
COMMERCE

PRESENTED BY : N.LOKESH
ROLL NO-200626061
UNDER GUIDANCE OF:
SARAT KUMAR JENA
INTRODUCTION
vSUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
vITS IMPORTANCE
vITS ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS
vDEFINITION OF E-COMMERCE
vITS IMPORTANCE
vITS ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATION
vROLE OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN E-
COMMERCE
vCONCLUSION
vREFERENCES
v
SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
 IT IS A TOTAL SYSTEM APPROACH TO
MANAGING THE ENTIRE FLOW OF
INFORMATION, MATERIALS AND SERVICES
FROM RAW MATERIAL SUPPLIERS THROUGH
FACTORIESAND WAREHOUSES TO THE END
CUSTOMERS.


PRIME OBJECTIVES
PROMPT AND RELIABLE DELIVERY OF HIGH
QUALITY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES AT THE
COST.
TO EFFECTIVELY MEET RISING CUSTOMER
EXPECTATIONS.
GIVE COMPANY A COMPETITIVE EDGE.
EXPAND BUSSINESS OPERATIONS.
BENEFITS OF SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
REDUCED TOTAL COSTS.
INVENTORY REDUCTION.
REDUCE CYCLE TIME.
TIMELY PRODUCT SUPPLY.
SIMPLIFIED AND FASTER PAYMENT PROCESS.
BETTER WAREHOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION.
BETTER PLANT MAINTENANCE.
ENHANCE SPEED AND ACCURACY.

OBSTACLES IN SUPPLY
CHAIN MANAGEMENT
INEFFICIENT TRANSPORTATION AND
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS.
MARKET INSTABILITY.
GREATER DISTANCE.
TAX POLICIES.
STRATEGIES CHALLENGES.
TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITIES.
E-COMMERCE
E-COMMERCE, COMMONLY KNOWN AS
(ELECTRONIC MARKETING) CONSISTING OF
THE BUYING AND SELLING OF PRODUCTS
AND SERVICES OVER ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
SUCH AS THE INTERNET AND OTHER
COMPUTER NETWORKS
§ THE AMOUNT OF TRADE CONDUCTED
ELECTRONICALLY HAS GROWN
EXTRAORDINARILY WITH WIDESPREAD
INTERNET USAGE.


NEED FOR E-
COMMERCE

FROM THE 1900s ONWARDS , ELECTRONIC
COMMERCE WOULD ADDITIONALY INCLUDE
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SYSTEMS
(ERP) , DATA MINING AND DATA
WAREHOUSING
TYPES OF E-COMMERCE
B2B( BUSINES-TO-BUISINESS)
B2C(BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER)
C2B(CONSUMER-TO-BUSINESS)
C2C(CONSUMER-TO-CONSUMER)
ADVANTAGES OF E-
COMMERCE
BEING ABLE TO CONDUCT BUSINESS 24 x 7 x
365.
ACCESS THE GLOBAL MARKET PLACE.
SPEED.
MARKET SPACE.
COMPUTER PLATFORM-INDEPENDENT.
ALLOWING CUSTOMER SELF SERVICE AND
“CUSTOMER OUTSOURCING”.



CONSTRIANTS OF E-
COMMERCE
TIME FOR DELIVERY OF PHYSICAL PRODUCTS.
SUPPLY AND DELIVERY UNCERTAINITY.
PERISHABLE GOODS.
PRIVACY, SECURITY, PAYMENT, CONTRACT.
RETURNING GOODS.
PERSONAL SERVICES.
ROLE OF E-COMMERCE IN
SCM
COST EFFICIENCY :
 E-COMMERCE ALLOWS
TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES OF ALL SIZES TO
EXCANGE CARGO DOCUMENTS
ELECTRONICALLY OVER THE INTERNET.
 BY USING E-COMMERCE, COMPANIES
CAN REDUCE COSTS, IMPROVE DATA
ACCURACY, ACCELERATE BUSSINESS CYCLES
AND ENHANCE CUSTOMER SERVICES.


ROLE OF E-COMMERCE IN
SCM
CHANGES IN THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM:
 E-COMMERCE WILL GIVE BUSINESSES
MORE FLEXIBILITY IN MANAGING THE
INCREASINGLY COMPLEX MOVEMENT OF
PRODUCTS AND INFORMATION BETWEEN
BUSINESSES, THEIR SUPPLIERS AND
CUSTOMERS.

ROLE OF E-COMMERCE IN
SCM
CUSTOMER ORIENTATION:
 E-COMMERCE WILL HELP COMPANIES
DELIVER BETTER SERVICES TO THE
CUSTOMERS, AND LOWER THEIR OPERATING
COSTS.
 E-COMMERCE MAKES IT EASIER FOR
CUSTOMER TO DO BUSINESS WITH THE
COMPANIES.
ROLE OF E-COMMERCE IN
SCM
ONLINE SHIPPING ENQUIRY:
 THIS GIVES INSTANT SHIPPING
INFORMATION ACCESS TO ANYONE IN THE
COMPANY, FROM ANY LOCATION.
 A CUSTOMER’S TRANSPORTATION
COSTS AND PERFORMANCE CAN BE ANALYZED,
THUS HELPING THE CUSTOMER NEGOTIATE
RATES AND IMPROVED SERVICES.
CONCLUSION
ELECTRONIC COMMERCE AND THE INTERNET
ARE FUNDAMENTALLY CHANGING THE
NATURE OF SUPPLY CHAINS, AND REDIFINING
HOW CONSUMERS LEARN ABOUT, SELECT,
PURCHASE, AND USE PRODUCTS AND
SERVICES.
THEY ALSO PROVIDE CUSTOMIZED PRODUCTS
AND SEVICES.
REFERENCES
WWW.WIKIPEDIA.ORG
WWW. GOOGLE.COM
WWW. WEBOPEDIA. COM