The implementation of electronic procurement processes for product-service bundles, consisting of product- and service components requires a consideration of strategic, tactical and operational procurement and information and communication technologies in value networks. In the past, the scientific discussion oriented on traditional procurement processes for products and technology-solutions. Increasingly, the design of hybrid procurement processes in value networks is of scientific interest. The combination of different procurement processes for products and services, however, includes problems. This paper shows the need for a process-oriented approach in procurement at several abstraction levels. We describe a model for the design of the electronic procurement process in value networks to serve product-service bundles. Different process characteristics are investigated for the applicability of product-service bundles and SCOR. We adjust a proposal for the procurement process in value networks.
Bensch, Stefan and Schrödl, Holger, "PURCHASING PRODUCT-SERVICE BUNDLES IN VALUE
NETWORKS - EXPLORING THE ROLE OF SCOR" (2011). ECIS 2011 Proceedings. 114.