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Estrategias financieras, emprendimiento, cadena de suministro y era digital

Vol. 15 Núm. 15 (2021): Reinventándose para la competitividad PostCovid19 ISBN 978-607-96203-0-10

El impacto de la industria 4.0 en la cadena de suministro: una revisión de literatura

  • Marco Alberto Valenzo Jiménez
  • Víctor Béjar Tinoco
  • Jaime Apolinar Martínez Arroyo
Enviado
March 17, 2022
Publicado
2022-03-29

Resumen

El propósito de este articulo es presentar una revisión de la literatura concerniente al impacto de la
industria 4.0 en la cadena de suministro, identificando y evaluando la relación entre la tecnología
digital y la cadena de suministro. La metodología empleada es de una revisión de la literatura de tipo
sistemática de publicaciones de vanguardia en el campo temático. El objetivo central de este
documento es realizar el balance del conocimiento sobre el impacto de la industria 4.0 en la cadena
de suministro, realizando un análisis del conocmiento y desarrollar un marco para la investigación y
la práctica futuras. Este artículo presenta un estudio novedoso y original basado en una revisión de
la literatura sobre industria 4.0 en la cadena de suministro, las motivaciones, las barreras y el impacto
de las tecnologías en diferentes procesos en la cadena de suministro.

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