The goal of this work is to evaluate, by means of discrete event based simulation, the impact associated with the adoption of e-Procurement tools across Public Administration. The simulation model presented here involves both traditional and electronic procurement forms. The comparison between the two approaches will point out the benefits of e-Procurement in terms of labor costs, length of time and number of employers required. The process representation model can also be used to carry on what-if analysis, in order to detect critical points and simulate alternative scenarios.

E-Procurement as a Driver for Strategic Management

REMONDINO, Marco;CANTINO, Valter;PIRONTI, Marco
2010

Abstract

The goal of this work is to evaluate, by means of discrete event based simulation, the impact associated with the adoption of e-Procurement tools across Public Administration. The simulation model presented here involves both traditional and electronic procurement forms. The comparison between the two approaches will point out the benefits of e-Procurement in terms of labor costs, length of time and number of employers required. The process representation model can also be used to carry on what-if analysis, in order to detect critical points and simulate alternative scenarios.
Fourth UKSim European Symposium on Computer Modeling and Simulation
Pisa
novembre 2010
EMS '10 Proceedings of the 2010 Fourth UKSim European Symposium on Computer Modeling and Simulation
IEEE
188
193
9780769543086
Remondino M.; Cantino V.; Pironti M.
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