This paper proposes a value assessment model for supply chain finance solutions. Grounding on the critical analysis of extant scientific literature and on empirical evidence from a triadic case study (buyer, supplier, financial provider), the model highlights: (1) benefit items clustered into four performance categories (financial, economic, intangible, operational); (2) benefit partition and relative magnitude between the buyer and the supplier company; (3) contextual drivers affecting the presence/relevance of benefits perceived, addressing both company specific and relationship specific variables.

The benefits of supply chain finance: a value assessment model

CANIATO, FEDERICO FRANCESCO ANGELO;MAESTRINI, VIERI;MORETTO, ANTONELLA MARIA;PEREGO, ALESSANDRO;RONCHI, STEFANO
2016

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This paper proposes a value assessment model for supply chain finance solutions. Grounding on the critical analysis of extant scientific literature and on empirical evidence from a triadic case study (buyer, supplier, financial provider), the model highlights: (1) benefit items clustered into four performance categories (financial, economic, intangible, operational); (2) benefit partition and relative magnitude between the buyer and the supplier company; (3) contextual drivers affecting the presence/relevance of benefits perceived, addressing both company specific and relationship specific variables.
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978-82-303-3277-1
Supply Chain Finance, Value Assessment, Benefits
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