The impact of business analytics on supply chain performance

May 14th, 2010 3:00 pm Category: White Papers, by: Editor

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Our good friends at DRK Research recently published an excellent white paper entitled The impact of business analytics on supply chain performance.

The paper investigates the relationship between analytical capabilities in the plan, source, make and deliver area of the supply chain and its performance using information system support and business process orientation as moderators. Structural equation modeling employs a sample of 310 companies from different industries from the USA, Europe, Canada, Brazil and China. The findings suggest the existence of a statistically significant relationship between analytical capabilities and performance. The moderation effect of information systems support is considerably stronger than the effect of business process orientation. The results provide a better understanding of the areas where the impact of business analytics may be the strongest.

Read the complete article here.

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