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Intel Supply Chain Management

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Supply Chain Management Challenges : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 1 Supply Chain Management Challenges John Birchak Strategic Manufacturing Programs Intel Corporation Chandler, Arizona

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John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 2 “The greatest challenge in working with suppliers is getting them in sync with the fast pace we have to maintain. The key to making it work is information.” Michael Dell, Dell Computer Harvard Business Review, Mar/Apr 1998

Broadened Scope of Information and Coordination : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 3 Broadened Scope of Information and Coordination

Real-World Information Flows : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 4 Real-World Information Flows

Real-World Roles : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 5 Real-World Roles

Supply Chain Complexity : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 6 Supply Chain Complexity More and more complexity Organic, not linear Boundaries of stability

Supply Chain Visibility : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 7 Supply Chain Visibility Lack of visibility increases risk, cost, and time All stages of relationships Identifying constraints Ability to manage bottlenecks

eBusiness Standards Framework : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 8 Public Policy Legal Crypto Privacy Tax Control Economics Technical Standards Documents Security Privacy Network Computing Business Services Infrastructure Security, payments, catalogs eBusiness Applications Supply Chain Management Marketing •Customer Support Channel Management Collaboration Messaging Infrastructure XML, EDI, e-mail, HTTP Content & Publishing Infrast XML, SGML, HTML, Java, WWW Network Infrastructure Telecom, cable, wireless, IP Computing Infrastructure Servers, Clients, Operations eBusiness Standards Framework

eBusiness Standards Needed : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 9 eBusiness Standards Needed Product Content Business Content Logistics General Framework Sales and Marketing Customer Service

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John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 10 Supply Chain Challenges Better Models for dealing with supply chain complexity for understanding supply chain visibility

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John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 11 Supply Chain Challenges Standards need better development processes for standards need international eCommerce/ eBusiness standards

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John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 12 Supply Chain Challenges Models, methods and standards for analyzing and institutionalizing risk assessments eBusiness Collaboration

Supply Chain Challenges : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 13 Supply Chain Challenges Customer Needs no inventory risk ability to respond rapidly to changes in market demand and competitors guaranteed delivery of product on a daily basis a “level playing field” on constrained product all the product quality and features they have today

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John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 14 Supply Chain Challenges Intellectual Property and Knowledge Management standardized accounting methods are needed for valuing intellectual property need technologies and processes for securing and protecting IP better methods are needed for capturing and reusing knowledge

Supply Chain Challenges : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 15 Supply Chain Challenges Intellectual Property Interchange Standardization need standards for generalized and industry specific taxonomies, terms and semantics need standardized syntax and schemas for expressing and interchanging IP and other business information

Supply Chain Challenges : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 16 Supply Chain Challenges Globalization how to better deal with different languages, laws, and customs need better support models need to learn how to optimize beyond corporate and supply chain spheres of influence

Cognitive Complex Models : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 17 Cognitive Complex Models

Contact Information : 

John Birchak, Intel Corp., National Science Foundation, University of Florida, October 1998 18 Contact Information John Birchak Strategic Manufacturing Programs Intel Corporation, MS: CH3-68 5000 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler, AZ 85226 tel: 602.554.5859 email: john.birchak@intel.com

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