Creating business value through e-business in the supply chain: Handbook of strategic e-business management

Fynes Brian, Humphreys Paul, Frank Wiengarten

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The use of e-business applications has reshaped the structure of organizational supply chains. E-business applications have enabled supply chain organisations to collaborate with each other in order to meet performance goals. Although recent studies have identified that e-business applications support and enable supply chain management and improve an organisations' performance, the interrelationship between the applications and performance is still a relatively underexplored research area. In addition, it has been questioned in recent literature whether or not e-business applications directly improve organisational performance. Researchers are frequently emphasising the importance of complementary factors that are essential for e-business applications to create value within an organisation and its supply chains. This chapter proposes a model of the relationship between e-business applications, organizational factors and performance within the context of supply chain management. Based on a literature review and the theoretical underpinnings from the resource-based view (RBV) and contingency theory we provide a novel perspective that expands our understanding of the necessary conditions and underlying mechanisms for firm resources to create business value within the supply chain environment.
Idioma originalAnglès
Títol de la publicacióHandbook of strategic e-business management
Pàgines237-254
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 1 de febr. 2014

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