Title

The Build-to-Order Supply Chain

Presenter Information

Adam Parks
Justin O'Keefe
Valeria Pasonok

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

14-5-2014

Keywords

Supply Chain, Build-to-Order, Customization

Abstract

Customers’ demand for customized products are pushing companies and manufactures to adapt the mass customization concept into a build-to-order process. We will be researching the dynamic process of supply chains as they provide customers with custom options while using a standardized and efficient process. We will be looking into modern companies, both brick-and-mortar and e-commerce/online, from different industries, and how competition has kept efficiencies up and costs down. We will also look at the strategies these companies implement, and how they are similar to each other. Our online research will show us how these companies are making customized products that do not sacrifice cost or quality.

Poster Number

3

Faculty Mentor(s)

Kun, Liao

Additional Mentoring Department

Finance and Supply Chain Management

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The Build-to-Order Supply Chain

Customers’ demand for customized products are pushing companies and manufactures to adapt the mass customization concept into a build-to-order process. We will be researching the dynamic process of supply chains as they provide customers with custom options while using a standardized and efficient process. We will be looking into modern companies, both brick-and-mortar and e-commerce/online, from different industries, and how competition has kept efficiencies up and costs down. We will also look at the strategies these companies implement, and how they are similar to each other. Our online research will show us how these companies are making customized products that do not sacrifice cost or quality.