Data, information and knowledge are critical assets to the performance of logistics and supply chain management (SCM), because they provide the basis upon which management can plan logistics operations, organize logistics and supply chain (SC) processes, coordinate and communicate with business partners, conduct functional logistics activities, and perform managerial control of physical flow of goods, information exchange and sharing among SC partners. In this paper, we firstly discuss the theories related to IS/IT adoption, and then we discuss a strategic framework and finally, strategies for IS/IT adoption in SCM context are provided.