Track: Supply Chain Management
Supply chain 4.0 has become a growing issue for companies to survive and achieve better efficiency. Most of the
existing Industrial 4.0 measurements focus on manufacturing technology applications. The current measurement tools of Industry 4.0 are lacking when considering the maturity level of the supply chain. The critical role of the supply chain is to ensure the flow of materials, products, and information to connect many actors in business processes within the company. The article aimed to compare the existing Industry 4.0 measuring tools, such as INDI 4.0, IMPULS, SIRI, and PwC, in the supply chain scope. This study used the qualitative method to compare the Industrial 4.0 measurement tools related to the supply chain 4.0 criteria. The supply chain is measured by six dimensions of Industry 4.0, such as instrumented, interconnected, intelligent, automated, integrated, and innovative. The result shows that the supply chain measurement in SIRI, and PwC has a higher score index than INDI and IMPULS. The score describes the level of the supply chain involved in the Industrial 4.0 assessment. All existing Industrial 4.0 tools did not consider innovative criteria in supply chain measurement.
Framework development, supply chain readiness, and Industrial 4.0.