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Modelo de benchmarking de la cadena de abastecimiento para Pymes manufactureras

  • Alfredo Beltrán Amador


  • Angélica Burbano


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    El modelo de benchmarking de la cadena de abastecimiento para Pymes manufactureras representa una guía para el mejoramiento de los procesos logísticos de una Pyme dedicada a laproducción. En el presente artículo se muestra tanto el desarrollo del modelo como los principales resultados de su implementaciónen una muestra de empresas del Prodes (Programa de DesarrolloSectorial) de alimentos de Acopi, de la ciudad de Cali. Con baseen los resultados de este estudio de aplicación demostrativa y de prueba, se establecen pautas para futuras investigaciones y aplicaciones del modelo en otros sectores. Este modelo ha sido desarrollado con base en los hallazgos del estudio titulado«Propuesta para el desarrollo de un sistema logístico integral paraPymes», realizado por los autores, como opción de grado para el título de Maestría en Administración, en convenio con la Universidad de Tulane.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD ICESI in its journal ESTUDIOS GERENCIALES.

    Volume (Year): (2002)
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