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Supply Chain Management aims at improving competitiveness of the supply chain as a whole, by integrating organizational units along the supply chain and by coordinating material, information and financial flows in order to fulfill (ultimate) customer demands (Sect. 1.1). Supply Chain Management projects range from functional improvements on the IT level to large-scale change programmes. Functional improvements might be the introduction of a new forecasting method or the adjustment of the master planning optimization profile. Examples for larger SCM projects are the optimization of the supply chain network, the redesign of the planning processes or the adjustment of the business strategy based on SCM concepts. In either case, the goal of SCM projects is to improve competitiveness of the supply chain.