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De l'intérêt de la mise en réseau de données logistiques standardisées : des technologies supports aux business models

Abstract : New logistics model, such as the Physical Internet, offer a breakthrough in the way goods are routed inside networks that are more and more inter-connected. This inter-connection requires innovative, Internet-of-Things-like, information systems for tracking and routing those goods within open loops. This double redefinition of physical and digital flows is bound to impact logistics service providers professions and their business models. Through an action-research on be-half of an industrial consortium, we study this question in three steps : by experimenting track and trace standardized technologies used to manage returnable transport items, by identifying new value logics induced by these new technological means, and finally observing how these new technologies and businesses impact the logistics services in place. Our results validate the benefit of these new information systems to trace logistical units within the Physical Internet. A range of new business tactics induced by those new digital and physical models is proposed. However, to the extent of our research, the logistic’s network business models are not yet impacted by these new digital logics.
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Yann Le Roch. De l'intérêt de la mise en réseau de données logistiques standardisées : des technologies supports aux business models. Gestion et management. Université Paris sciences et lettres, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017PSLEM059⟩. ⟨tel-03118404⟩

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