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研究生:修薩芭
研究生(外文):SHOKOOHISOLGI,SABA
論文名稱:基於供應鏈架構之雲端
論文名稱(外文):Cloud-Based Supply Chain System Architecture
指導教授:陳子立陳子立引用關係
指導教授(外文):CHEN,TZU-LI Chen
口試委員:唐牧群吳怡瑾
口試日期:2016-03-25
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:輔仁大學
系所名稱:國際創業與經營管理學程碩士在職專班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2016
畢業學年度:104
語文別:英文
論文頁數:56
外文關鍵詞:Cloud ComputingSupply Chain ManagementCloud of ThingsInternet of thing
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Due to the globalization and increasing offshore sourcing, global supply chain management (GSCM) can be considered as a major problem for many companies. Similar to traditional supply chain management (TSCM), reducing the cost of manufacturing and procurement and decreasing the risks related to purchasing activities are the key goals of GSCM. Supply chain integration, which is widely considered as a vital factor determining the supply chain performance, for instance, reducing cost, improving responsiveness, increasing service level, and facilitating decision making, has attracted more and more attention. In this thesis, after a complete and quick revision of the Cloud computing and Supply Chain Management we move forward to explain the importance of using Cloud computing in SCM and at the second part we tried to do a literature review on the previous models and architectures presented in this are. Based on our literature review we identified the gaps not mentioned and targeted in the following models in order to make a combination of those models and present a more complete based on existing models.


Due to the globalization and increasing offshore sourcing, global supply chain management (GSCM) can be considered as a major problem for many companies. Similar to traditional supply chain management (TSCM), reducing the cost of manufacturing and procurement and decreasing the risks related to purchasing activities are the key goals of GSCM. Supply chain integration, which is widely considered as a vital factor determining the supply chain performance, for instance, reducing cost, improving responsiveness, increasing service level, and facilitating decision making, has attracted more and more attention. In this thesis, after a complete and quick revision of the Cloud computing and Supply Chain Management we move forward to explain the importance of using Cloud computing in SCM and at the second part we tried to do a literature review on the previous models and architectures presented in this are. Based on our literature review we identified the gaps not mentioned and targeted in the following models in order to make a combination of those models and present a more complete based on existing models.


Chapter I 5
Introduction 5
Cloud computing: the engine that makes supply chains talk to each other 6
Understanding what cloud computing can do for supply chains 7
Realizing immediate tactical benefits 11
Why is now time for action? 12
Chapter II 14
Literature Review 14
Cloud Computing 14
Supply Chain Management (SCM) 16
SCM Software’s (applications) 17
The Cloud Supply Chain 18
Emerging Supply Chain Concept 23
Significance of Cloud Supply Chain Management 25
Key Characteristics of the Cloud-based supply chain 27
Impact of Cloud Computing on Supply Chain Management 28
Related Models 29
Chapter III 35
Proposed model 35
Information, Fund and Physical flows 41
The Architecture of the Cloud-based Supply Chain Management System 43
Cloud Service Information Model 47
Monitoring of Cloud Services along the Supply Chain 49
Chapter IV 53
Conclusion: 53
References 54


(1) “Integrating cloud computing in supply chain processes A comprehensive literature review”, Andreas Jede and Frank Teuteberg Department of Accounting and Information Systems, University of Osnabrueck, Osnabrueck, Germany
(2) “The Cloud Supply Chain:A Framework for Information, Monitoring, Accounting and Billing”, Maik Lindner, Ferm ́ın Gal ́an, Clovis Chapman, Stuart Clayman, Daniel Henriksson, and Erik Elmroth
(3) “Impact of Cloud Computing on Supply Chain Resilience”, Cigdem Kochan, David R. Nowicki, Wesley S. Randall, Saba Pourreza
(4) “Cloud-Based Global Supply Chain: A Conceptual Model and Multilayer Architecture”, Hossein Akbaripour, Mahmoud Houshmand, Omid Fatahi Valilai
(5) “Intelligent Supply Chain Integration and Management Based on Cloud of Things”, Junwei Yan, Sijin Xin, Quan Liu, Wenjun Xu, Liwen Yang, Li Fan, Bo Chen, and Qiang Wang
(6) “Supply chain management in the cloud, how can cloud based computing make supply chain more competitive?”, Saeed Raj, Adita Sharma.
(7) “Cloud-Based Intelligent User Interface for Cloud Manufacturing: Model, Technology, and Application”, Lei Ren, Jin Cui, Ni Li, Qiong Wu, Cuixia Ma, Dongxing Teng, Lin Zhang
(8) http://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/cloud-computing.asp
(9) “Analysis of Supply Chain Management in Cloud Computing”, Animesh Tiwari, Megha Jain 10
(10)http://searchmanufacturingerp.techtarget.com/definition/supply-chain-management

(11) http://www.gtnexus.com/solutions
(12) “The supply chain in cloud computing”, Katarzyna Grzybowska, Gábor Kovács and Balázs Lénárt.


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