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Title: The Use of Information Technology in Supply Chain Management and Its Implications
Authors: Kritchanchai, Duangpun 
Tan, Albert 
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Source: Duangpun Kritchanchai, Albert Tan (2007) The Use of Information Technology in Supply Chain Management and Its Implications.
Conference: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management 
Information technology plays a major role in implementing supply chain. This paper investigates the impact of information technology (IT) on supply chain management (SCM). A survey was conducted in July 2005 in order to examine the current status of IT usage for SCM in Thailand. The survey questionnaire is mailed to six industrial sectors namely textile, food, automobile, software, electronic and chemical industry. The questionnaire is composed of three main sections. Section A is to gather the company profile and information. The question in section B helps us to understand the company directions on implementing IT for SCM and the status of their IT applications. Lastly, section C reflects the company’s future needs and directions on IT for SCM. The survey results show that Thailand’s companies need more effort in strengthening its basic information technology and infrastructure to enhance their business performance.
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