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 impacts of globalization on quality


Globalization Has a Profound Impact on the Supply Chain and Supporting Information Technology
Globalization, the Internet, and demand-driven supply networks are driving technology change. When it comes to supply chain management, globalization has

impacts of globalization on quality  IT enablement Supply Chain Impacts Are Considerable Globalization's impact on the supply chain is profound. It creates the necessity for an enterprise to have the following global supply chain management (SCM) capabilities. Supply chain planning Supply chain execution Supply chain visibility Supply chain event management (SCEM) Supply chain business intelligence Global, Web-enabled supply chain collaboration IT enablers for such global supply chain requirements include supply network integration through

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ERP for Municipalities

In this model, we assume the municipality controls water, sewers and roads. We assume also that it collects municipal or county taxes and manages many of its own assets such as vehicles and water treatment plant. ERP software for Municipalities nearly always includes Finance, Customer Care and Billing For a complete municipal ERP suite, the following modules are usually included: - Human Resources - Maintenance Management - Asset Management - Project Management ( including Grant Management) - Quality Management - Analytics - Product Technology Of the above, Project and Quality Management modules may not be required for smaller Municipalities.    

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