SCOR provides three-levels of process detail. Each level of detail assists a company in defining scope (Level 1), configuration or type of supply chain (Level 2), process element details, including performance attributes (Level 3). Below level 3, companies decompose process elements and start implementing specific supply chain management practices. It is at this stage that companies define practices to achieve a competitive advantage, and adapt to changing business conditions.
SCOR does not attempt to describe every business process or activity. Relationships between these processes can be made to the SCOR and some have been noted within the model. Other key assumptions addressed by SCOR include: training, quality, information technology, and administration (not supply chain management). These areas are not explicitly addressed in the model but rather assumed to be a fundamental supporting process throughout the model.
The model is based on 3 major "pillars" :
The ability to predictably complete processes as promised: on-time, complete, right documentation.
The Supply Chain Operations Reference-model (SCOR) is a process reference model that has been developed and endorsed by the Supply Chain Council as the cross-industry standard diagnostic tool for supply chain management. SCOR enables users to address, improve and communicate supply chain management practices within and between all interested parties.
extended gross value = quantity X individual unit
这是公司账面上 价值，数量乘单价。这个价格不是按照法律要求计算 的价格。是出于企业内部管理得到的价格。没有mark up.
Extended markup value 是指：总的已经计提的自己。
Assetnumber is removed from the asset number field on the eqpt mstr andplaced in classification PM_Group
1. Expensed equipment –has already been charged to and paid for by a cost center. There is no asset master record associated with an expensed piece of equipment.
expensed equipment 是没有master record的。
Must be willing and able to work on a 24/7 on call basis