Distributed Order Management Systems Research Proposal Research Proposal by Champ

Distributed Order Management Systems Research Proposal
A research proposal regarding the necessity of distributed order management systems.
# 98498 | 2,645 words | 9 sources | MLA | 2006 | US


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Description:

This study aims to test the hypothesis that distributed order management systems significantly increase the velocity and accuracy of transactions throughout a global enterprise. The paper centers on the rapid growth of distributed order management systems and the increasing globalization of manufacturing, as is exemplified by the rapid growth of China as a global manufacturing center.

Outline:
Part 1: Objectives and Executive Summary
Part 2: Introduction and Background
Part 3: Literature Review
Part 4: Research Objectives and Methodology

From the Paper:

"Order broker (integration framework)--In addition to the reliable and scalable messaging found in leading Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) systems, the systems must be specialized to deal with the way orders are decomposed and processed. First, it must have a universal order object that has several key attributes: order line independence, ability to translate a single order and order lines into all of the required activities including the generation of purchase orders, service orders, manufacturing order and distribution orders, and ability to define dependencies between the individual order lines. The order definition is then connected to the order broker, which can be based on a standard EAI system or a vendor's own messaging layer that prepares the instructions for the various parties and defines the format of the business documents and communication methods."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • AMR Research (2006) - What is Demand Visibility? AMR Research Report. Published March 14, 2006. Accessed with permission from the publisher. Lora Cecere and Roddy Martin.
  • AMR Research (2005) - The Handbook of Becoming Demand Driven. AMR Research Report. July 15, 2005. Accessed with permission from the publisher. Lora Cecere, Roddy Martin, Debra Hofman.
  • AMR Research (2003) - Configuration is the Heart of Customer Fulfillment for Complex Product Manufacturers. AMR Research Report. Monday March 31, 2003. Retrieved from the Internet on January 4th, 2007 from: http://lwcresearch.com/filesfordownloads/ConfigurationIstheHeartofCustomerFulfillmentforComplexProductManufacturers.pdf
  • Askegar and Columbus (2002) - Channel Management Best Practices: It's All About Orders. AMR Research Report. Monday September 9, 2002. Retrieved from the Internet on January 4th, 2007: http://lwcresearch.com/filesfordownloads/SqueezetheRevenueOutofSPRs.pdf
  • Columbus (2001) - Defining Your Direction In Guided Selling. AMR Research Report. October, 2001. Retrieved from the Internet on January 4th, 2007: http://www.lwcresearch.com/filesfordownloads/DefiningYourDirectioninGuidedSellin.pdf

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APA Format

Distributed Order Management Systems Research Proposal (2007, September 30) Retrieved February 28, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-proposal/distributed-order-management-systems-research-proposal-98498/

MLA Format

"Distributed Order Management Systems Research Proposal" 30 September 2007. Web. 28 February. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/research-proposal/distributed-order-management-systems-research-proposal-98498/>

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