An architecture for supply chain integration and automation on the Internet

2001-07-01
Cingil, I
Doğaç, Asuman
Electronic commerce is happening at a very fast pace and business-to-business ecommerce is taking the lead, a very important part of which is the supply chain integration and automation. There is a high demand for well accepted interoperability standards which need to be fitted together for supply chain integration to meet the business demands such as being able to integrate catalogs from different companies. This will facilitate product comparisons and producing customized catalogs. Given an anchor product anywhere on the supply chain, it should be possible to obtain information on related products that complement or add value to this anchor product. Yet another key issue is the full automation of the supply chain processes. However since a single dominant electronic commerce standard is unlikely, the supply chain integration and automation should be able to accommodate different standards like OBI or OTP. This will make it possible for users to conform to the standards of their choice.
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I. Cingil and A. Doğaç, “An architecture for supply chain integration and automation on the Internet,” DISTRIBUTED AND PARALLEL DATABASES, pp. 59–102, 2001, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/62448.