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Impact of Information Technology and SCM Organizational Strategy on Corporate Financial Performance and Its Cross National Comparison

Impact of Information Technology and SCM Organizational Strategy on Corporate Financial Performance and Its Cross National Comparison,Korrakot Yaibuat

Impact of Information Technology and SCM Organizational Strategy on Corporate Financial Performance and Its Cross National Comparison  
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It has been discussed widely about the relationship between information technology (IT) and productivity at national, industry, and company levels. Previous literatures suggested that in order to implement IT into an enterprise efficiently, it is required not only to introduce IT into existing process, but also to adopt intangible approaches such as organizational reformation. In this research work, organizational strategy is identified as a vital ingredient. Our findings highlight the adoption of organizational strategy to supplement IT usage in an enterprise and their remarkable impact on the financial performance. IT implementation and SCM organizational data collected from participated companies in Japan using SCM Logistics Scorecard are utilized for hypothesis verification. This work also covers two other countries, Finland and Thailand, for cross national comparison. The interaction between IT utilization and organizational strategy shows positive contribution on some selected finan- cial indicators for the three countries. It is conclusive that as long as introduction of IT is accompanied by proper SCM organizational strategy, favorable improvement in the management performance can be ascertained.
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