Sadudin Ibraimi


The effect of Supply Chain Management is very important on the performance of companies their life cycle.  The paper tries to investigate the role of Supply Chain Management on company performance. Companies in order to be successful in the manufacturing sector of industries, they need to manage the data order and the performance of the company. Therefore, this paper tries to emphasize that the order parameters help in estimation of the order implementation during deadlines. Thus, the obtained results will provide insights to companies on manufacturing industries and to decision makers. The results will also help decision makers to be more accurate on their decisions about orders and reaching the results by the model.


Logistic Regression, Supply Chain Management, Order Manufacturing, Hosmer & Lemeshow Goodness of Fit Test.


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