Evaluation of Supply Chain Management Performance at MSMEs using the SCOR Method

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Title Evaluation of Supply Chain Management Performance at MSMEs using the SCOR Method
Evaluation of Supply Chain Management Performance at MSMEs using the SCOR Method
 
Creator Ramadheena, Felia Anjani
Zhafari, Muhammad
Aini, Qurrotul
 
Subject Supply Chain Management
SCOR
MSME
Supply Chain Management
SCOR
MSME
 
Description The development of the industrial world that accelerates the growth of competition between businesses. It causes the need for activities or efforts to increase the selling power of the company or organization. One of them is by evaluating the level of performance in the supply chain at SME Tosuka Coffee. It is done to determine the level of current business conditions and to know what elements have good potential in business development and what components need to be improved. This evaluation uses the SCOR method in assessing supply chain performance. The assessment with SCOR is based on Tosuka's current condition. The results of this study state that the final value of the SCOR calculation yields a figure of 86.24, which means that Tosuka Coffee's business is at a good level, especially in the Plan process that receives the highest value with Responsiveness dimension and is followed by the Return process with the Reliability dimension. However, Tosuka Coffee is recommended to make performance improvements in the Make, Source, and Deliver processes because it produces a relatively low value. With the evaluation, it is expected that Tosuka Coffee can improve supply chain performance in the future.
The development of the industrial world that accelerates the growth of competition between businesses. It causes the need for activities or efforts to increase the selling power of the company or organization. One of them is by evaluating the level of performance in the supply chain at SME Tosuka Coffee. It is done to determine the level of current business conditions and to know what elements have good potential in business development and what components need to be improved. This evaluation uses the SCOR method in assessing supply chain performance. The assessment with SCOR is based on Tosuka's current condition. The results of this study state that the final value of the SCOR calculation yields a figure of 86.24, which means that Tosuka Coffee's business is at a good level, especially in the Plan process that receives the highest value with Responsiveness dimension and is followed by the Return process with the Reliability dimension. However, Tosuka Coffee is recommended to make performance improvements in the Make, Source, and Deliver processes because it produces a relatively low value. With the evaluation, it is expected that Tosuka Coffee can improve supply chain performance in the future.
 
Publisher Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri
 
Date 2020-08-19
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://ojs.unpkediri.ac.id/index.php/intensif/article/view/13993
10.29407/intensif.v4i2.13993
 
Source INTENSIF: Jurnal Ilmiah Penelitian dan Penerapan Teknologi Sistem Informasi; Vol. 4 No. 2 (2020): August 2020; 159-172
INTENSIF: Jurnal Ilmiah Penelitian dan Penerapan Teknologi Sistem Informasi; Vol 4 No 2 (2020): August 2020; 159-172
2549-6824
2580-409X
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://ojs.unpkediri.ac.id/index.php/intensif/article/view/13993/1670
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 INTENSIF: Jurnal Ilmiah Penelitian dan Penerapan Teknologi Sistem Informasi
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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