The purpose of this work is to develop a model of the supply chain that can be used as a reference for all parties engaged in the supply chain in order to assist in harmonization of trade processes and data, use of best practice, promotion and training.
The Model builds on the earlier work carried out by the Business Process Analysis Group (BPAWG) of UN/CEFACT. This described the major processes involved in the International Supply Chain in its simplest form by the three key business processes involved-Buy, Ship, Pay- and the main Business Partner Types involved- Customer, Supplier, Intermediary and Authority.
Reminder: these files are Business Process Models bases on various TBG's Business Requirement Specifications. They do refer to Information exchange of course, but they do not cover Data Modeling at all. What they provide is a link via "Information Envelopes" to data load which may be further described with an CoreComponent approach. (Feasible within the Model but out of scope of TBG14).
The initial versions had been called Buy-Ship-Pay Model, because that was the area where we started from. The latest version and future versions (2010 and later) will be called ISCM (International Supply Chain Reference Model).
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ISCM synonym for BSP Buy-Ship-Pay Prozess Model
|2003||International SupplyChainReference Model2003.doc|| BPAWG Reference Model of the The International Supply Chain
This document presents the International Supply Chain Reference Model as a text document describing the process involved as Use Cases and Activity models. It formed the basis of the later BUY-SHIP-PAY models developed using UMM modeling methodology
Source: C.J.Clark for UN/CEFACT/BPA/BP044
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|| SupplyChainReferenceModel- Trade Security-BP050.pdf
|| BPAWG Reference Model of the International Supply Chain with special reference to Trade Facilitation and Trade Security
Published as part of the proceedings of the UNECE-CCC joint meeting.
Source: UN/CEFACT/TBG-International Trade Procedures and Business Process Analysis Groups
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|| POM Supply Chain Model Dec05 Final Secure.EAP
Port Business Processes-POM.xls
| Port of Melbourne Supply Chain Model
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