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IT-Based KM And Productivity Increase In SCM (Case Study SIVECO Company In Syria)
Mehdi Asgharpour1 , Mohammad H. Mobaraki2 and Neda Masnavi3
1 Corresponding Author, Faculty of Entrepreneurship, The university of Tehran, Iran. 2 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Entrepreneurship, The university of Tehran, Iran. 3 Research Assistant, Faculty of Entrepreneurship, The university of Tehran, Iran.
Knowledge Management (KM) is considered to be one of the management tools in the ever-changing competitive world. The main purpose behind this study is to research the knowledge management impact on productivity increase by the help of information technology (IT) from the viewpoint of planning and supply chain management (SCM) in the Iranian Automobile making company in Syria (Siveco) as one of the siding companies of Saipa automobile making company in Iran. The findings of this paper gained from studying the literature and probing into the experience and search results recorded by the Iranian experts who attended in Siveco company for a period of two months in year 2008 in the early stages of starting up Pride automobile export in Syria which focused on the role of KM in cost reduction (CR), making wealth and value added by preventing and decreasing the stagnant inventory of the production warehouses, optimizing the packing designs, decreasing the amount of defected parts, wasting and operator mistakes, and supplying the ordered parts in time for developing the economic production in the primitive stages of Pride export to Syria throughout the facilities provided in the field of information technology.
Knowledge Management, Productivity, Siveco, Supply, IT
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Volume 1, Number 7, July 2012 , ISSN 2162-6359
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