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Often in today’s supply chains the organization and use of the resources and assets is more around the role played in the fulfillment Vs. the traditional vertically integrated business. In this section of the LCC Knowledgebase you can select the various roles and discover The types of tools, case studies, techniques and operating tools that best support the selected role.






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Supply Chain Finance: The New Electronics Battlefield   
[301] Last Modified: Mar 20, 2014 9:02 PM
From a financial perspective, working capital finance is the oil that makes trade in supply chains possible. The flow of goods and services is reflected in the accounts payables (AP) and accounts receivables (AR) from buyers and suppliers. In it a lot of liquidity is trapped. In a world of suppressed liquidity, companies have been eating into their own cash reserves and take a close look at their working capital needs. Buyers want to pay later, while (international) suppliers want to collect earlier putting supply chains under pressure.
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S&OP better way to forecast cash managment for Treasury   
[256] Last Modified: Oct 19, 2011 6:36 AM
A very good article by ENRICO CAMERINELLI makes an appropriate case that S&OP is a better measurement system then traditional GAAP accounting for forward looking cash management

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Cash to Cash the New Supply Chain Metric   
[104] Last Modified: May 3, 2005 8:21 AM
Attached is an excellent article and abstract by Ted Farris a professor at the University of North Texas Logistics Program. The article uses historical performance to describe world class companies can mearsure and benchmark themselves on cash to cash cycles.

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Ted Farris
University of North Texas
email Ted Farris [farris@unt.edu]
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