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Supply Chain Finance and its Accounting Treatment
In the modern Supply Chain Finance landscape, Reverse Factoring is one of the most consolidated business model for working capital financing. However, accounting treatment of Reverse Factoring might affect the balance sheet of large corporate, with disruptive consequences for the programme as a whole.
The Inventory Value of Information Sharing, Continuous Replenishment, and Vendor-Managed Inventory
In this paper, we extend the models in the literature [Lee, H.L., So, K.C., Tang, C., 2000. The value of information sharing in a two-level supply chain. Management Science 46 (5), 626-643; Raghunathan, S., Yeh, A.B., 2001. Beyond EDI: impact of continuous replenishment program (CRP) between a manufacturer and its retailers.
Supply Chain Integration in Vendor-Managed Inventory
This paper develops an analytical model that explores how important supply chain parameters affect the cost savings to be realized from collaborative initiatives such as vendor-managed inventory (VMI).
Study of Vendor-Managed Inventory Practices in Indian Industries
Purpose – In the global economy, vendor-managed inventory (VMI) is gradually becoming an important element of supply chain management strategy of organizations. Recently, Indian industries, both large and small, have started adopting VMI for their supply chains.
Reducing the Probability of Bankruptcy Through Supply Chain Coordination
With the increasing interdependence among supply chain members, bankruptcy of a supply chain member may cause other member firms to get into financial difficulties. This paper investigates the methods for reducing the probability of bankruptcy through supply chain coordination.
A Decision Support System for Vendor Managed Inventory
Recently, vendors and retailers have begun to forge cooperative agreements to manage inventory, which requires sharing demand information and setting mutually agreed upon performance targets for the supply chain.
An organisation-level framework for the NZ food industry – its development and application
Purpose – To identify the key determinants of successful vendor managed inventory (VMI) and strategic supply chain relationships in the New Zealand (NZ) food industry.