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Supply Chain Management and Advanced Planning (5th Edition)

Concepts, Models, Software, and Case Studies

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Springer

Pages: 557
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10 September 2016

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Ebook - 9783642553097

14 November 2014

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Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP), and Advanced Planning Systems (APS) are important concepts in order to organize and optimize the flow of materials, information and financial funds. This book,...

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Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP), and Advanced Planning Systems (APS) are important concepts in order to organize and optimize the flow of materials, information and financial funds. This book, already in its fifth edition, gives a broad and up-to-date overview of the concepts underlying APS. Special emphasis is given to modeling supply chains and implementing APS successfully in industry. Understanding is enhanced by several case studies covering APS from various software vendors. The fifth edition contains updated material, rewritten chapters and an additional case study.

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Leading experts in the fields of Supply Chain Management and Advanced Planning from consultancy companies and academia provide insights into the concepts underlying APS

Nine case studies cover APS from various software vendors and provide valuable insights regarding its successful implementation

As a supplement, basics of major solution algorithms used within APS are introduced accompanied by numerical examples

Introduction
Part I: Basics of Supply Chain Management
Part II: Concepts of Advanced Planning Systems
Part III: Implementing Advanced Planning Systems
Part IV: Actual APS and Case Studies
Part V: Conclusion and Outlook
Part VI: Supplement.
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Prof. Dr. Hartmut Stadtler is professor of Business Management at the University of Hamburg. Formerly, he held a chair at Darmstadt University of Technology (1990–2004). From 1987–1990 he was employed as a consultant in the field of production management. He has published numerous articles about operations and supply chain management in international journals like International Journal of Production Research, Management Science, Operations Research, OR Spectrum and Production and Operations Management. He has been department editor for the Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft and a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Production Research.

Dr. Christoph Kilger is partner at Ernst & Young...

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Prof. Dr. Hartmut Stadtler is professor of Business Management at the University of Hamburg. Formerly, he held a chair at Darmstadt University of Technology (1990–2004). From 1987–1990 he was employed as a consultant in the field of production management. He has published numerous articles about operations and supply chain management in international journals like International Journal of Production Research, Management Science, Operations Research, OR Spectrum and Production and Operations Management. He has been department editor for the Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft and a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Production Research.

Dr. Christoph Kilger is partner at Ernst & Young Advisory and head of Supply Chain & Operations in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Before, he served for 13 years as a member of the executive board of J&M Management Consulting AG, Mannheim. At J&,M Christoph was responsible for the consulting practices, human resources and knowledge and quality management. From 1996--1999 he worked as project manager with KPMG Consulting. He has in-depth experience in supply chain transformation programs, APS implementations, product life cycle management, manufacturing, logistics and IT. Christoph holds a PhD in computer science from the University of Karlsruhe and is regularly giving lectures at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). He is the responsible organizer of the yearly conference Supply Chain Days Heidelberg.

Prof. Dr. Herbert Meyr worked at the department of Production and Logistics at the University of Augsburg from 1994–2003, at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration from 2003–2006 and at the Technical University of Darmstadt from 2007–2011. After finishing his PhD thesis about “Simultaneous Lot sizing and Scheduling for Continuous Production Lines” in 1999, he changed his research interest to model building and integration aspects of supply chain planning. He currently holds a chair for Supply Chain Management at the University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.

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