Hype Cycle for Supply Chain Management, 2012

Archived Published: 27 July 2012 ID: G00233680


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After years of a cost-cutting focus, SCM continues its rise up the corporate agenda. Its significance is now clearly identified through support from existing and new customers, business growth, and innovation.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • What You Need to Know
    • The Hype Cycle
    • The Priority Matrix
    • On the Rise
      • OSO Model: Integrated Physical, Digital and Solution Supply Chains
      • Business Analytics PaaS
      • Pace-Layered Application Strategy and SCM
      • Segmented Supply Chain Response
      • Cloud Computing in PLM and Manufacturing
      • Supply-Chain-Enabled PLM
      • Sustainability-Sensitive Planning and Optimization
      • Integrated Business Planning/Stages 3 and 4 S&OP
      • MDM of Purchased Part Solutions
      • Supply Chain Performance Management
      • Mobile Asset Optimization
      • Cost-to-Serve Analysis
      • SCM BPO
    • At the Peak
      • Integration PaaS
      • MDM of Supplier Data Solutions
      • Multienterprise Business Process Platform
      • Price Optimization
      • Process Templates
      • Software-as-a-Service Supply Chain Planning
      • Analytical In-Memory DBMS
      • Demand Signal Repository
      • Geographic Information Systems for Mapping, Visualization and Analytics
    • Sliding Into the Trough
      • Profitable to Promise
      • Dock Scheduling
      • Asset Performance Management
      • TMS Multimodal/International
      • Analytical MDM Solutions
      • Battery-Powered RFID
      • Supply Chain Planning System of Record
      • Inventory Strategy Optimization
      • Mobile (Wireless) Enhanced Supply Chain Management
      • Trade Promotion Optimization
      • Supplier Quality Management Applications
      • Transportation Mobile Asset Tracking
      • Integration Brokerage
      • Carrier Appointment Scheduling
      • RFID for Logistics and Transportation
      • RFID (Item)
      • Global Visibility for TMS
      • MDM of Product Data Solutions
      • Distributed Order Management
      • Sourcing Optimization
    • Climbing the Slope
      • Carrier-Centric TMS Suites
      • Supply Chain Management
      • Foreign/Global Trade Compliance
      • Yard Management
      • SCM BPaaS
      • Software-as-a-Service Supply Chain Execution
      • Stages 1 and 2 Sales and Operations Planning
      • Capable-to-Promise Systems
      • Supply Chain Collaboration
      • Workforce Management Systems for Logistics
      • Factory Scheduling
      • Supply Chain Analytics
      • Business Process Hubs
      • Multimodal TMS
      • Strategic Network Design
      • Voice-Directed Picking in Warehouse Management
      • Business Activity Monitoring
      • Service Parts Planning
    • Entering the Plateau
      • Predictive Analytics
    • Appendixes
      • Hype Cycle Phases, Benefit Ratings and Maturity Levels
  • Recommended Reading
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