In the last two decades, an increasing amount of attention has been paid by practitioners as well as academics to Interorganizational Information Systems (IOS) use within Supply Chains. However, our understanding of the factors that affect IOS use success is hardly complete. Based on the socio-technical approach and the resource-based view, we propose that the climate of Interorganizational relationships could be a condition to the impact of IOS on supply chain performance. We tested our model in the automotive components supply chain in the Tunisian context. The research model includes two major causal relations, namely: (1) a direct relation linking IOS use with Supply chain performance (IOS success) and (2) a moderating relation linking the IOS use with IORs attributes
Tharwa Najar (PhD, University of Gafsa, Tunisia), is an assistant professor in Business Administration and a Doctor in Management Sciences in the University of Gafsa, Tunisia. She’s a member in RIGUEUR laboratory. Her researches have been published in management and innovation journals and supply chain journals.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Supply chain, Supply chain performance, interorganizational information systems, IORs
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management