Impact of Quality Matrix on Supply Chain Management Process

Naveed Ahmad, Rehman Akhtar, shaker Azim

Abstract


The quality matrix helps the system for improving business process using the supply chain management and arranging it by quality driver. The quality deliver are generally utilized in order get competitive advantages, receive greater Market power and to get organization revenue. Focuses of the quality matrixes is to managed and arranged supply chain process, inventory system, facility, enhance sourcing and pricing. Information technology of the organization is used to transfer the information of the organization.  Every driver of quality matrix has its own important to get goal of organization. This research focuses on supply chain management process improvement by using quality driver that is facility, inventory, information technology and pricing

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supply chain management, inventor, facility, information technology and pricing.

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