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Title: A supplier selection strategy within the Malaysian telecommunications industry
Authors: Sharif, A M
Abdul-Rahim, S
Gallear, D
Irani, Z
Keywords: Government policies
Procurement
Supplier relationship
Supplier selection
Telecoms
Publication Date: 2009
Publisher: ILSCC’09
Citation: Proceedings of the 7th International Logistics and Supply Chain Congress 2009 (ILSCC’09) , Istanbul, Turkey, Yildiz Technical University / Logistics Association, 5th – 6th November 2009, pp. 324–331.
Abstract: The telecommunication industry in Malaysia has grown rapidly over the last 15 years, with effective supply chain management becoming increasing important within the sector. A multitude of providers and part owned Malaysian government companies, vendors and suppliers are involved in generating and creating value-adding products and services within this sector (across wireless, wireline, broadband business and consumer lines of business). This paper describes key challenges facing a major telecoms service provider in Malaysia with regards to drivers involved in the overall procurement and supplier selection with regards to components of performance management, decision-making, selection techniques, quality and cost management, procurement policy and procurement ethics. This paper further focuses on defining and detailing research currently being undertaken to develop a framework for identifying supplier selection drivers that are inherent within the sector and suggests a research approach to investigate and develop strategies for supplier selection for the telecommunications industry in Malaysia.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4230
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