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Real Time Supply Chain Management Co-Modeling of Total Supply Chain Solutions

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Authors
[01]
Walid Bouzayani, Computer and Embedded National Engineering School of Sfax, Tunisia
[02]
Safwat Altal, Emirates College of Technology United Arab Emirates
[03]
Mohamed M. Dhiaf, Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax, Tunisia

To cite this article
Walid Bouzayani, Safwat Altal, Mohamed M. Dhiaf, Real Time Supply Chain Management Co-Modeling of Total Supply Chain Solutions, Science Journal of Business and Management. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2013, pp. 8-13. doi: 10.11648/j.sjbm.20130101.12

Abstract
The diversification of collaborations and the complexity of processes in the same Supply Chain Management (SCM) needs a powerful and a flexible Information System (IS). For that, the classic modeling solutions of information systems cannot satisfy all the constraints of the complex E-SCM. Furthermore, the total E-SCM with the two brands of information system and SCM require advanced methods for co-modeling of complex systems. For more implication of all SCM actors, we consider an integration and dynamic solution for the management of supply chain activities a good tendency to achieve all industries challenges. This paper presents an approach for the total real time supply chain management. We adopt a method based on co-modeling of distributed Information System (IS) architecture in complex supply chain management.

Keywords
Real Time, Co-Modeling, Communication, Process, Supply Chain

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