The Supply Chain Council’s SCOR Framework is undoubtedly the best known example of a business process framework. The Supply Chain Council (SCC) was established as a nonprofit consortium in 1996. Today, it is a worldwide organization with over 700 members.
In the abstract, these frameworks define business processes. Thus, there is a supply chain business process, a product design chain business process and a customer business process. A given value chain can include more than one supply chain. Similarly, each value chain will probably include at least one supply chain process.
The Most Recognized Supply Chain Framework 1 Increase the speed of system implementations 2 Improve business agility 3 Accelerate business process effectiveness 4 Improve inventory turns 5 Support organizational learning goals 6 Improve overall operational performance More …Business Process Frameworks The Supply Chain Council diagram