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  • Finance-operations interface mechanism and models

    Wu, Desheng   Olson, David L.   Wang, Shouyang  

    Financial operations have attracted a great deal of attentions from both academic researchers and industrial practitioners in recent years. This special issue presents the state-of-the-art advances in the interfaces of finance and operations management. (C) 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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  • Open source ERP business model framework

    Olson, David L.   Johansson, Bjorn   De Carvalho, Rogerio Atem  

    ERP systems became popular with large organizations in the 1990s. in the 21st Century, these products were expanded by addition of supply chain management (SCM) and customer relationship management (CRM), as well as access through the Web, creating the ERP II concept. Efforts to increase the market led vendors to Serve not only large organizations, but also focus more on small-to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs). Open source software has become a player in the field of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. While it is still unclear to what extent it has diffused among organizations, it is clear that opportunities exist. New ways of delivering ERP software, such as software as a service (SaaS) have appeared. Some smaller vendors utilized a free distribution system (Free/Open Source ERP, FOS-ERP) for their source code, relying on various business models for corporate success. There also have been attempts to generate FOS-ERP components found on sites such as SourceForge.com that are not only distributed freely, but also were developed through community participation much as Linux has been developed. Some ERP vendors use community developed components for various purposes to support their proprietorial software. Thus one dimension of ERP systems is based Upon who directs the development process. Proprietorial ERP refers to systems with closely held intellectual property rights, such as the leading market products by SAP and Oracle as well as many smaller proprietorial competitors. FOS-ERP can be community based, or sponsored by some organization. In this paper we present a framework that aims at analyzing FOS-ERP business models. Goals include discussing the differences between FOS-ERP and their proprietary equivalents (P-ERP) in terms of business models, selection, customization, and evolution. We Will discuss challenges and opportunities that they offer to adopters and vendors. (C) 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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  • View of IJPR contributions to knowledge management in supply chains

    Olson, David L.  

    Knowledge management can be viewed as the ability to identify, store and retrieve knowledge. This paper presents a view of four perspectives of IJPR papers related to knowledge management, focusing on the specific perspectives related to information systems, computer software and analytics support of supply chain management. IJPR publications since 2006 that used these key terms are included in a primitive network analysis of these papers. A dichotomy of knowledge management into information systems versus quantitative analysis is detected, with some minimal overlap. This analysis elaborates the evolution of both analytics and information systems in knowledge management. The network is also viewed from specific relation to three fields considered important now and in the near future: sustainability, multiple criteria decision-making and supply chain risk management. The intent is to identify a view of the state-of-the-art of IJPR published research related to knowledge management in supply chains.
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  • Complex product manufacturing in the intelligence-connected era

    Olson, David L.   Wu, Desheng   Yang Shanlin   Lambert, James H.  

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  • Finance-operations interface mechanism and models

    Wu, Desheng   Olson, David L.   Wang, Shouyang  

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  • Green supply chain management under capital constraint

    Wu, Desheng Dash   Yang, Lipo   Olson, David L.  

    To determine how carbon emissions reduction affects supply chain operations and financing decisions, this paper examines a green supply chain, which consists of one manufacturer (playing the leading role) and one capital-constrained retailer; in this supply chain, bank financing and trade credit financing are viable. This research explores the retailer's optimal order quantity, the manufacturer's optimal wholesale price, the optimal level of carbon emissions (for both bank financing and trade credit financing), and the design of the contract to coordinate the supply chain. We find that the supply chain achieves a win-win outcome in terms of production quantity and emissions reduction when the manufacturer invests in emissions reduction. In addition, we find that a supply chain with a contract outperforms a non-contract supply chain in production quantity and emissions reduction. Furthermore, the effect is more remarkable when trade credit financing is viable.
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  • Finance-Operations Interface Mechanism and Models

    Wu, Desheng   Olson, David L.   Wang, Shouyang  

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  • Guest Editorial Special Issue on Risk Analytics in Industrial Systems

    Wu, Desheng Dash   Olson, David L.   Choi, Tsan-Ming  

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  • Data Mining Models and Enterprise Risk Management

    Olson, David L.   Wu, Desheng Dash  

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  • Sustainability and Enterprise Risk Management

    Olson, David L.   Wu, Desheng Dash  

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  • Chance Constrained Models

    Olson, David L.   Wu, Desheng Dash  

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  • Predictive Models and Big Data

    Olson, David L.   Wu, Desheng  

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  • Enterprise Risk Management Models Preface

    Olson, David L.   Wu, Desheng Dash  

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  • Enterprise Risk Management in Projects

    Olson, David L.   Wu, Desheng Dash  

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  • Information Systems Security Risk

    Olson, David L.   Wu, Desheng Dash  

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  • Enterprise Risk Management in Supply Chains

    Olson, David L.   Wu, Desheng Dash  

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