How SCOR Was Defined

FRAMINGHAM (04/24/2000) - The Supply Chain Council, a nonprofit trade organization, was formed by representatives of Advanced Manufacturing Research, Bayer AG, Compaq Computer Corp., Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath, Procter & Gamble Co., Lockheed Martin Corp., Nortel Networks Corp., Rockwell International Corp. and Texas Instruments Inc.

The first draft of the SCOR model was created in 1996 by a consulting firm that turned ownership of SCOR over to the Supply Chain Council in 1997. At this month's conference, the council announced a revised set of guidelines, which will be followed by a deeper revision this summer. Information on the Supply Chain Council and SCOR can be found at www.supply-chain.org.

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