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1)     
Cristina (2004) the authors explained
that define e -SCM, analyze how research in this area has evolved during the
period 1995- 2003 and identify some lines of further research.

2)     
Jose and Rafael (2004) these paper to
demonstrate the potential benefits of using Electronic Data Interchange in
supply chain management and measured that impact of EDI on mean inventory
costs, orders placed, cumulative cost, amplification and net excess stock in
the supply chain.

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3)     
Roger (2004) the researchers explained
that the analytical solutions agree with numerical integrations and previous
control theory results. Managerially useful ordering strategies are proposed.
Exact expressions are derived for the retailer’s orders to the manufacturer,
and the Bullwhip Effect arises naturally. The approach is quite general and
applicable to a wide variety of supply chain problems.

4)     
Samir
(2006)
the researchers explained that snapshot
picture of logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM) practices in India. It
is borne out of the felt need by managers, expert professionals and
academicians to address logistics and supply chain practices at the national
level.

5)     
Sean et al., (2006) the authors
explained that little evidence to support that the size of a firm’s revenues
correlate to the effectiveness of their E-SCM efforts and also analyzes
selected companies’ current web initiatives in the automotive, financial
services, retail, technology, and transportation sectors.

6)     
Suhong et.al (2006) the researchers
explained that develops five dimensions of SCM practice (strategic supplier
partnership, customer relationship, level of information sharing, quality of
information sharing, and postponement) and tests the relationships between SCM practices,
competitive advantage, and organizational performance.

7)     
Cristina and Helena (2008) the authors
explained that e-SCM, to analyse how research in this area has evolved during
the period 1995-2005 and to identify some lines of further research.

8)     
Nizar and Suresh (2009), the authors
explained that an extensive literature review to identify the latest trends in
e-SCM. It also attempts to study some of the issues associated with e -SCM
along with their solutions and practices. The sample size is 79.

9)     
Xia and Dong-lei (2009) this paper is to
analyze the effects of risk pooling under different supply chain settings and
show that there are decreasing marginal returns in risk pooling practices under
certain conditions, specifically when the demand is independent and identically
distributed and normally distributed.

10) 
Choudhury (2010) this focus on the combined
consequence of information and knowledge sharing on supplier’s operational
performance through supplier-buyer relationship and show that information
sharing is a pre-requisite for knowledge sharing and the close supplier-buyer
relationship is a vital factor for escalating the supplier’s operational performance.

11) 
Claudia and Edward (2011), the
researchers explained that the role of e-procurement as an example of how
e-business concepts have been applied to one key SCM activity, namely
purchasing and procurement and examines the nature and evolution of e-marketplaces
and goes on to identify key adoption drivers and benefits based on recent
research.

12) 
Ming et al., (2011) the authors
explained that advanced IT is the cause criteria leading to marketing
performance and customer satisfaction.

13) 
Srinivasan and Ganesan (2011) the
authors explained that the influence of Information technology usage on supply
chain capabilities of organizations. The sample size is 307.

14) 
Ashwini et al., (2012) the authors
explained that evaluating quality management issues within inter and intra
organization supply chain contexts are indispensable and have reported intensive
studies based on the work carried out by various researchers in the area of
supply chain management.

15) 
Hajar (2012), the researchers explained
that explore the potential impact of implementing E- supply chain practice
among SMEs and to investigate different supply chain models and to recommend
the most applicable framework for manufacturing SMEs.

16) 
Hitesh and Jaydip(2012) the authors
explained that focus on process that has an impact on enhancing Supply Chain
Management performance such as where materials come from, how their suppliers’
products are designed and assembled, how products are transported and stored
and what consumers really wants.

17) 
Inda et.al (2012) the researchers
explained that supply chain management practices has a significant relationship
with supply chain performance statically. However, supply chain management
strategy is a weak predictor of supply chain management performance. The tool
is multiple-regression and the sample size is 200.

18) 
Lang and Cheng (2012) the researchers
explained that conceptual framework for examining the relationship between
service supply chain management practices and public healthcare’s organizational
performance that recognizes the mediating effect of alliance integrated
network.

19) 
Siddig and Abdelsalam (2012), the
authors to identify the effects of different dimensions of supply chain
management practices on supply chain performance effectiveness of Sudanese manufacturing
companies and they found that the practices of supplier’s management have a
significant positive effect on supply chain performance effectiveness.

20) 
Suleyman and Mustafa (2012) the authors
explained that the roles of E-SCM and the effects of E-SCM on e-tailing
industry in terms of e-suppliers and e-tailing perspectives. The tool is
Porter’s five-force.

21) 
Anni et al., (2013), the authors
explained that the main targets of e-business in supply management are cost and
time savings and process development. It was also found that e -business has
caused changes in supply chains and networks in terms of bargaining and competitive
position. The sample size is 100.

22) 
Ben et.al (2013) the researchers
explained that case study in an automobile horn manufacturing company for
infusing agility in the vibro-sonic horn’s supply chain. The current agility
level has been measured and the areas of improvement have been demarcated. We
have chosen two models which have been already proposed by two researches in
this field for evaluating the agility level.

23) 
Nedra (2013), the authors explained that
SCM practices are a fundamental factor in the development of a strategic
partnership with suppliers and the customer relationship management. The tool
is Correlation. The sample size is 400.

24) 
Nikhat (2013) the author explained that there
is a stream of research which proved that the relationship between SCI and
performance is mediated through some intermediate performance outcomes and
proposes that three dimensions of SCI – supplier integration, customer
integration and internal integration will lead to different performance
outcomes which will further influence financial performance of the firm.

25) 
Lidija and Neda (2013), the authors
explained that the benefits and advantages to these organizations in building a
sustainable competitive advantage.

26) 
Vishal and Sunil (2013) the authors
explained that how the various sustainable activities are done by different
organization in the area of supply chain & value chain. The tool is
Regression. The sample size is 120.

27) 
Souresh et al., (2014) the authors
explained understand the present status, complexities and challenges facing the
Indian automobile sector. It examines trends such as visibility and innovation,
collaboration and supply networks and evolving leadership roles impacting
supply chain effectiveness. Strategies for overcoming challenges are presented
as also a framework for further study and analysis.

28) 
Kalyani and Nagaraj (2014) the authors
explained that reveal that the handloom industry is unorganized. This reflects
that there is a supply chain management issue which in turn impacts product
quality.

29) 
Alexandre et.al (2014) the authors
explained that evaluating companies’ degree of adherence to a SCM conceptual
model.

30) 
Irene et al., (2014) explored that
explores the adoption of e-procurement by the hotels in the Kumasi metropolis,
focusing more on hoteliers’ perception of the concept of e-procurement and its
importance to the hotel industry and concluded that e-procurement has a bright
future for the hotels in Ghana as a whole and for the purpose of this study the
Kumasi metropolis. The Sample size is 64.

31) 
Shahzad et al., (2014), the authors
explained that E-Commerce and E-SCM adoption has a significant, positive
influence on SMEs, who have significantly higher average sales growth rate,
on-time order management and delivery process than non-adopters. The findings
of this study can be useful for SMEs in general as a means of understanding how
E-Commerce and E-SCM adoption positively affects the firm’s performance. The
tool is Cronbach’s alpha and the sample size is 210.

32) 
Charles et al., (2014), the authors
explained that quantify the relationship between the application of supply
chain management practice and the performance of KCL.

33) 
Rameshwar (2014) the researchers
explained that to understand the background which has prompted us to come out
with a new journal and the objectives which have guided us for nearly three
years and eleven issues including the present issue.

34) 
Arifusalam (2014), to demonstrate and
reinforce the continued recurrence of the phenomenon of technology leading to
enterprise solutions and showed that how e-business trends align with the
supply chain management perspective and the solutions shaped the SCM into e-SCM
and related advances and trends were provided.

35) 
Aziz and Sherzod (2014), the researchers
explained that to provide an up-to-date and brief review of the SCM literature
that was focused on broad areas of the SCM concept. Literature
review we used simple methods trying to select ones from different sources.

36) 
Zeinab et al., (2014), they analysed
that role and effect of e-scm on e-tailing industry from suppliers and
e-retailers point of view and the impact of e-scm on the structure of e-tailing
industry with Porter’s five forces. 

37) 
Deepak Hajoary (2015) explained
different critical participants of supply chain management of e-commerce
companies. With stiff competition e-commerce companies are using their supply
chain management strategy as a  benchmark
over their competitors

38) 
Ondieki and Oteki (2015) the researchers
explained that identified the lack of supplier relationship management
strategies lowered the effectiveness of supply chain management functions. The
tool is Correlation and the sample size is 120.

39) 
Sumanpreet and Shilpa (2015) the authors
explained that some information and comparison between the supply chain
management of the two main leaders of the smart phone market which are Apple
and Samsung. Apple Inc. and Samsung are the two most common smart phone brands
now holding most of the market shares all around the world. The reasons which made
them the leader of the smart phone industry are various. This research paper
first presents the case study of Apple and Samsung and then focused on
comparative analysis of various aspects of Apple and Samsung such as market
demand, growth, brand value, design, profit, pricing strategies. Analysed using
descriptive method.

40) 
Rajesh and Shiena (2015) the authors
explained that the implementation of GSCM in the steel industries in the state
of Chhattisgarh is still in primitive stage except for a few of manufacturers.
Unless and until the framework suggested is not implemented it will be very
difficult for the industries to compete on a global level.

41) 
Mani et al., (2015) the authors
explained that comparative case study methods, thereby first the author
identifies various social dimensions based on an extant literature available,
subsequently social sustainability practices of two different companies were
compared under various social dimensions. A comparison of social sustainability
business practices unearths the similarities and differences which led them to
different approaches to sustainability.

42) 
Alexander et al., (2016) these authors
aimed to minimize the risk of supply shortage and to improve the short, mid and
long-term demand forecasts and adapting and allocating supply chain resources
by stability.

43) 
Ying et al., (2016) the authors
explained that E-commerce logistics in supply chain management from a view of
practice perspective and the implementation and corresponding models together
with the supporting techniques.

44) 
Pradosh et al., (2016) the researchers
explained that to manage the food distribution network to achieve food security
is one of the major challenges confronting the world today.

45) 
Fatima et al., (2016) aims to cover
topic of e-Supply chain management from the passengers prospective. E-supply
chain makes the process easy and it helped to save time and focused on the
major airlines of the Pakistan and will try to cover, weather passengers are
enjoying the e-supply chain or self-service technologies.

46) 
Musenga and Cornelius (2017) this study explores
supply chain costs in four mobile phone companies operating in the South
African mobile phone industry, of which three mobile network operators and one
mobile retailing group and found that consolidation of strategic relationships
through collaboration and strategic alliances between MNOs and other supply
chain players is one of the ways to drive costs down across the supply chain.

47) 
Nikos et al., (2017) the main objective
of this paper was to examine that to develop an approach for the
supply-chain-based alignment of complex global supply networks. To introduced
strategic groups of supply chains as a segmentation criterion for complex
global supply networks which enables the network-wide alignment of competitive
priorities.

48) 
Dekeng et al.,(2017) the researchers
examined that examine the relation between the level of supply chain management
adoption and small & medium enterprises performance and proved that SCM
adoption significantly affects SMEs performance. The result shows that there
are significant differences between level initiation, diffusion, and
integration with SMEs performance. The tools are one –way ANOVA and mean value
testing. The sample size is 300.

49) 
Trinh Le Tan and Dao Thi Dai Trang
(2017) discussed that issues related of benefits and constraints on E-SCM implementation
in enterprise and found that the success of E-SCM implemented in enterprise
need support from knowledge management.

50)  Anil
and Kushwaha (2018) the authors explained that expand the knowledge structure
of supply chain management field.

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