MAGAZINE  №5 (94) October 2019

AUTHORS ALYAMOVSKAYA N.S., VINOKUROVA V.O.

CATEGORY  Analysis in logistics and SCM Logistic integration and coordination Sourcing Modern concepts and technologies in logistics and SCM

 

ABSTRACT


The article provides an overview of approaches for supplier segmentation: in particular, different matrices for evaluation (standard and modified) as well as maturity models and questionnaires. Therefore, the analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of these methods is carried out. It is concluded that most methods give only general recommendations that do not allow to make a decision on specific tools to improve relationships.
The authors develop a two-stage procedure for the suppliers' classification. The first stage is carried out based on ABC analysis and the second takes into account two synthesized criteria for evaluating purchased resources and suppliers, which, in particular, include the costs of switching to other resources, the product differentiation level and meeting planning key performance indicators by suppliers. A matrix for tool selection to improve suppliers' relationships in accordance with the results of their segmentation is developed.
This procedure is also tested on the example of a telecommunications company and some effects of implementing the selected tool are shown. The limitations associated with the use of the developed tool in practice are determined.

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 Keywords:  supplier procurement purchasing Supplier Relationship Management supplier selection VMI EDI

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MAGAZINE №2 (79) April 2017

AUTHOR BURLAKOVA I.V. - Senior lecturer Department of Management Theory and Practice Graduate School of Economics and Management Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin (Yekaterinburg, Russia) 

CATEGORY  Sourcing

ABSTRACT

The supplier estimation and selection process is far from the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) concept usage in many Russian companies. The majority of companies generally focus on the price, paying no attention to other significant for finances factors. In this article the correlation between the company’s procurement function maturity and the applied supplier estimation and selection methodology is provided. The widespread mistakes of typical methodologies usage are discussed. The recommendations for taking into account the maximum number of significant factors are given. Also, the ways for changing estimation models from one to another, more advanced, are mentioned. The conclusions about the different methods usage practicability on different companies’ evolution stages and the necessity of reconsidering and changing these methods with the companies’ increase and development in order to correspond with the global tendencies are made. 

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MAGAZINE №2 (79) April 2017

AUTHORS  

PAVLOV P.V. - Doctor of Economics, Doctor of Law, Professor, Director of Institute, Institute of Management in Economical, Ecological and Social Systems Southern Federal University (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)

MAKAROVA E.L. - Cand.Of Pol.Sc., Associate Professor, Department of Management and Innovative Technologies, Institute of Management in Economical, Ecological and Social Systems Southern Federal University (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)

CATEGORY  Analytics and reviews Industrial companies’ corporate logistics Supply chain management

 

ABSTRACT

 

In modern practice the problems of aircraft production take on a new character in an ever-changing geopolitical situation in the world. The aviation industry is one of the most promising trends for the national high-tech production development. It requires special attention, as it is the potential source of a qualitatively new economic growth of countries in general and Russia in particular. In this research, the authors designated civil aircraft specific production issues, which have, from the authors’ point of view, the major influence on the industry product competitiveness for the aircraft factory. The purpose of this paper is to study and analyze domestic and international experience in supply chain management of the aviation industry to enhance the competitiveness of aircraft factory products. A case study was applied at the aircraft in order to propose a method of selecting suppliers for improving the quality and competitiveness of the industry product. Based on undertaken analysis, the authors designated specific areas of strategy implementation for the supply chain management when entering new markets with products of aircraft concern. According to current situation at aviation industry, strategic scenario of quality management improvement with the priority of supply chain management processes is proposed after aircrafts’ mass production launch at aircraft concern. 

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