A literature review of supply chain finance in a digital and sustainable environment: A conceptual framework


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Authors

  • Jan Jansen Emeritus HAN University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
  • Elena Kaledinova HAN University https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5374-1708
  • Ann Wolter HAN University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31039/ljss.2024.7.185

Keywords:

Supply chain finance, Supply chain, Lean manufacturing, Working capital, IT platform, New business models, Multiple value model, Enterprise Resource Planning

Abstract

In this article, a literature review is completed to investigate the role of an IT platform connecting companies in the supply chain and to define Supply Chain Finance metrics in terms of the improvement of liquidity, efficiency, and (multiple) value creation. The significance of IT platforms is that they facilitate information, communication and new technologies and allow companies to improve their financial and non-financial performance and optimise their supply chain processes from different perspectives.

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2024-01-25

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Jansen, J., Elena Kaledinova, & Ann Wolter. (2024). A literature review of supply chain finance in a digital and sustainable environment: A conceptual framework. London Journal of Social Sciences, (7), 13–22. https://doi.org/10.31039/ljss.2024.7.185

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