Design for Logistics Business Process Reengineering in the Context of Internet of Things

Hui Tan
June 2014
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 543-547, p4190
Academic Journal
The Internet of Things system of enterprise is formed by RFID recognition system, middleware system and Internet system. The development of Internet of Things make the structure of logistics service horizontal and vertical flow changed; the Internet of Things technology application promote the logistics business system reconstruction, and also the business layer redesign condition; Aim at traditional logistics business processes, proposed warehousing, distribution, transport business process optimization and reengineering design based on Internet of Things technologies.


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