The aim of the survey is to investigate the current level of adoption and future interest in Environmental Performance Monitoring and Green Information Systems in the supply chain.
Welcome to the e-SAVE project!
The e-SAVE project aims to develop the information infrastructure, applications and decision support tools to support operations and supply chain management and design decisions, taking into account environmental KPIs and the dynamic energy profile of products and processes.
Furthermore, the project will support efficient information sharing and collaboration among supply chain partners in order to enable an end-to-end information flow, spanning a product’s life cycle.
This is the web presence of the e-SAVE project. Project facts, progress and documentation may be found in these pages.
Overall, the e-SAVE project aims to deliver a modular and extensible information, collaboration and management support infrastructure.
11 partnering organisations form the e-SAVE consortium, bringing together expertise in supply chain operations, ICT research and development.
e-SAVE is a research project funded by the European Commission, started on 1st of January 2012 and will run for 30 months. Click to read more.