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Supply Chain Management System

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supply chain management system
Create by:
Yuheng Li
Alexander Hoyt
Darui Wu

What is Considered The Service?
SC
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The Process & The Supply Chain
Represents the non-merchandise industry
All Shapes & Sizes
Firms (accounting, legal, insurance)
Typically these services require several advance degrees that ensures quality to the client

Cooking
Tailoring
Dry-Cleaning
Motivational Speakers
Public Speakers
Programmers
Digital Design
Artits
Auto Repair
Window Cleaning

Essentially, any business that requires a specific skill with knowledge is a service business

Supply Chain Management System
Positioning:
Disney creates and delivers innovative, unique, quality products and experiences that excite and delight guests of all ages and cultures to keep their Disney memories alive forever.

• Unique and exclusive products.
• Innovation products and concepts.
• Interactive experiences
• Connecting with guests
• Transformation experiences.
Customer Response
Vision:
To deliver the best entertainment shopping experience in the world.
Disney Theme Park Retail ranks:
No.44 in gross revenues
No.38 in revenue per retail location
No.1 in revenue per square meter.
Protect the brand:
close supervision of suppliers and partners to ensure strict compliance with all standards.

• Setting appropriate guest service levels, based on demand and on show
• Sensing demand: forecasting & market trends.
• Measuring performance: guest satisfaction measures & Guest letters
• Performing: acceptable presentation index
Inventory Management
Assortment planning
Location adjacency optimization
Analytic
Measuring success
Hybrid sourcing strategies.
Using internally developed tools.
Comprehensive supplier scorecards.
Sourcing & Procurement
Leverage expertise and volume across the entire enterprise for logistics and customs.
Holistic management of vendor performance and risk.
Creation of global trade compliance group.
Unique and exclusive products.
Innovation products and concepts.
Connecting with guests
Transformation experiences.
Create content
Theme park experience
Product apparel
Experience transformation
Delivered cost
First cost (material, manufacture)
Transit time
Landed cost (duty fee, freight cost, landed cost)
Logistics & Trade Management
Maximize fulfillment service, minimize logistics cost.
DC Operations
"World's largest stockrooms"
Adaptation
Tesla
(manufacture)
Exterior
Interior
Body & Chassis
Engine
Service Industry Supply Chain
Order
Client makes the initial purchase
Invoice
Create the terms for the project service
Services
Perform the requested service along with any extra service that is part of the package deal.
Collect Payment
Receive payment once the project is completed.
Cash
Turn the payment into an asset, or cash.
work cited
www.google.com/picture/disneyland

The Service Industry
www.youtube.com/watchtv=l3ojftUvWWU
Exterior
Links
The employees specialize in specific job areas. They bring their skills and expertise into the team. The firm must be able to fuse the links to create the cohesive service.
Process
A Service firm conducts business through the management of time. They do not have products to sell, what they sell, or service, is their time.
Organization
Service Received
The Service Industry Requirements
interior
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How It Works
Customer, or client enters for service.
The Service Is Performed
The service business performs the expected or requested tasks.
Every firm has their own way of doing work.
Financial Service
Value Chain
Everything from A - Z
Process Mapping
Primary Activities
Secondary Activities
Supply Chain in the service industry
Service Industries may include
Marketing
Firms may specialize in brand imaging, brand awareness, supply routes for products.
Document Management
Accounting firms, investing firms, law firms, any firm that reads large amounts of documents.
Customer Portfolios
Facebook, Instagram, Account processes like grocery stores
Trade Skills
Advance degrees
Chassis+Battery
Motor(engine)
Thank You !

Conclusion -
Why is SCMS so IMPORTANT?
Networks of Automobile Industry
iphone
ipad
Made in China?
Body Panels

painting
finishing(polish)
seats
steering wheel
dashboard
others
touch screen
Pagani Huayra
Double wishbone, virtual steer axis coil spring front suspension and independent multi-link coil spring rear suspension
Variable ratio, speed sensitive, rack and pinion electronic power steering
Electronic Stability Control
Traction Control
Anti-Lock disc brakes (ABS) with ventilated rotors and electronically actuated parking brake; front: 355 mm x 32 mm; rear: 365 mm x 28 mm
The automotive industry is a wide range of companies and organizations involved in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, and selling of motor vehicles. It is one of the world's most important economic sectors by revenue.
Automobile industry
China
Korea
Japan
Germany
USA
Others
where do you think you money goes when you purchase an iphone?
supply chain
1. Procurement of raw materials
2. Processing the materials into intermediate and finish the goods
3. Delivery of the goods to the customers

supply chain management
Planning
Monitoring
Controlling
Facilitating supply chain
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