Supply Chain Management Model Of Tesco

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Introduction
This report will define supply chain management and discuss the purpose and impact of the supply chain decisions on the success of the Tesco, however it also explain E-commerce model and evaluate Tesco online business and identity technology innovation, improvement in order to enhance efficiency of Tesco Plc, as well describe reverse and sustainable logistics and analysis how Tesco best practice facilitate its competitive advantages. logistics management as that part of supply chain management that plans, implements and controls the efficient, effective forward and reveres flow and storage of goods, service and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customer’ requirement.
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It seeks to provide excellent customer service, and ensure high levels of customer satisfaction. The own label products have helped strengthen profits for the group, and it broad appeal through good, better, best (finest ranges) caters for the widest consumer audience however, Its strategy of being close to the customer has been assisted in the UK specifically, when Tesco developed different formats for shopping (convenience, metro, express, superstores). It has been the best retailer for format delivery and obtaining some of the best retail.

2. To evaluate the current e-commerce model and recommend innovation/improvement in technology to enhance efficiency, in reference to enhance efficiency, in reference to the chosen organisation. E- commerce as the process of buying and selling goods and services electronically involving transactions using the internet, networks, and other digital technologies.” Dutta (1997) extended the definition and suggested that electronic commerce is the sharing of business information, maintaining business relationships, transactions between business, and internal processes that support transactions within firms. Riggings and Rhee (1998), called for broadening the relatively narrow defined of e-commerce they argued that while the popular literature touted the potential to gain competitive advantages from the use of EDI, the internet, and there was little evidence concerning the
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Tesco’s supply chain management practices, Tesco effective supply chain management can be termed as one of the factors that helped Tesco emerges as a market leader in the retailing industry in the UK. Tesco introduced lean management solutions into its supply chain successfully. It adopted path breaking techniques and systems like point of sales data, primary distribution, continuous replenishment and adopted RFID technology to make its supply chain more efficient.
Intense competitive rivalry within the UK retail market is forcing retailers to look at cost savings and ways that they can differentiate from competitors. The retail market is mature and oligopolistic in its nature, with a few major multiple retailers dominating the market. Intense competition between the large retailers has to price wars with Asda and Tesco and low price competitors -Lidl are reducing margins for the industry as a

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