Ranking The Barriers Of Information Technology Adoption In Supply Chain Management By Analytic Hierarchy Process
Information technology (IT) has an important role to increase supply chain capability. The barriers of IT
adoption in supply chain management (SCM) are identified as a part of the right guideline development for IT adoption. The
objective of this research is to rank the barriers of IT adoption in SCM by Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP).The samples
are companies, which participate in a promotion of applying information technology project of logistics unit, the Bureau of
Logistics Department. The result of this research shows the ranking of IT adoption’s barriers in SCM. Orders of the main
criteria from the most to the least are project barriers, individual barriers, technological barriers, supply chain barriers and
strategic barriers. Inadequate knowledge and training are the most critical sub-criteria. Poor project management and poor
vendor/consultants are the following important sub-criteria. These results can used to set the guideline for barrier prevention
and solution to the problems, which might occur.
Keywords- Supply Chain Information Technology, Barriers, Analytic Hierarchy Process.