Antecedents and consequences of supply chain information integration: A resource-based view

Baofeng Huo, Zhaojun Han, Daniel Indarto Prajogo

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Abstract

Purpose – This paper aims to investigate the antecedents of supply chain information integration (SCII) and their consequences on company performance from the perspective of resource-based view (RBV).
Design/methodology/approach – Based on empirical survey data collected from 202 Australian manufacturers, this study examines the effects of strategic supply chain relationship (SCR) and supply chain technology (SCT) internalization on external and internal information integration (II) and the effects of external and internal II on operational (operational efficiency and service quality) and financial performance. Structural equation modeling and the maximum-likelihood estimation methods are used to test the proposed relationships.
Findings – The results indicate that both strategic SCR and SCT internalization are positively related to external and internal II. Moreover, strategic SCR has a stronger positive relationship with external II than with internal II, and SCT internalization has a stronger positive relationship with internal II than with external II. Internal II is positively related only to service quality, and external II is positively related only to operational efficiency. Both operational efficiency and service quality are positively related to financial performance.
Originality/value – This study contributes to the SCII literature and provides significant managerial implications for manufacturers to leverage their supply chain resources and capabilities by establishing a resources-capabilities-performance framework for the antecedents and consequences of SCII.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)661-677
Number of pages17
JournalSupply Chain Management
Volume21
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • Technology
  • Organizational performance
  • Information exchange
  • relationships

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