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URN etd-0308106-130054 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3226 times. Download 1462 times. Author Ching-Shih Wang Author's Email Address email@example.com Department Information Management Year 2005 Semester 1 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 56 Title A Study of Implementing RFID-based CPFR Business Process Model－for LCD TV Products in Retailer Company A Keyword RFID (Radio Frequency Identification） and Replenishment) CPFR(Collaborative Planning Forecasting Forecasting CPFR(Collaborative Planning and Replenishment) RFID (Radio Frequency Identification） Abstract This thesis research focuses on restructuring business processes with CPFR（Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment）model and RFID-based data capturing and sharing system for retailer company A and manufacturer B, target to their LCD TV products. This study is trying to reduce the “Bullwhip Effect” generated within the traditional supply chain and enhances the alliance relationship. We expect our RFID-based CPFR model can reduce the uncertainty in the market demand and tightly combine the strategic alliance relationship to win more benefits.
Made phone calls and face-to-face interviews with related department managers and operational persons, we created the AS-IS business processes in retailer company A and the process mapping between retailer company A and manufacturer B. Studies on best pilot practices, we constructed CPFR business model in EPCglobal Network™ Infrastructure and elaborated TO-BE business processes between them under the infrastructure. The TO-BE business processes in our paper include five phases: Strategy and Planning Phase, Demand and Supply Management Phase, Delivery Execution Phase, Order Generation/Final Contract Phase, Material/Production Planning and Replenishment Phase. Finally, listing of the performance assessment items should be included for measuring and quantifying the model.
The future works are to implement the TO-BE model in retailer company A and collect the performance assessment metrics. When the pilot in our case operates successfully, it is possible to implement to other production lines and stores and to investigate the detail manufacturing business processes on production line at plant.
Advisor Committee Huei-Huang Chen - advisor
Ron-Lon Tsai - co-chair
Yu-Cheng Kao - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2006-01-16 Date of Submission 2006-03-08