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SCOR Model

   

Definition: the SCOR Model is a model for improving supply chain management by providing a standardized approach to understand and improve supply chain processes across industries. It serves as a comprehensive framework for effective analysis, design, and management of supply chain operations.
It was initially developed in 1996 by management consulting firm Pitiglio, Rabin, Todd, and McGrath (PRTM), and later on gained endorsement from the Supply-Chain Council.
The SCOR model provides a standardized approach to understanding and improving supply chain processes across industries, and serves as a comprehensive framework for effective analysis, design, and management of supply chain operations.


   
   
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