Study on Effects of Chinese Agriculture Related Enterprises Implementing Informatization to Supply and Demand Coordination: Based on the Investigation Data of 125 Enterprises in Zhejiang

Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (volume 136)

Abstract

In the supply chain of agricultural products, agricultural enterprises must apply effective supply and demand coordination to obtain maximal interests. In the age of information network, if enterprises don’t implement informatization, the efficiency of supply and demand coordination will be reduced. This paper uses examples to analyze the significant effects of information obtaining and mining ability, information integration and sharing ability to supply and demand coordination, and minimal effects of information automatic processing and monitor ability to supply and demand coordination of enterprises. The results of investigation and analysis also indicate that there exist many problems in the aspect of informatization of Chinese agricultural enterprises, this paper proposes some suggestions on optimization of informatization to supply chain coordination of agricultural products.

Keywords

Informatization Supply Chain of Agricultural Products Supply and Demand Coordination 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of International Business AdministrationZhejiang International Studies UniversityHangzhouChina

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