Ioan Constantin Dima, Alina Ţenescu, Petre Bosun, Informational Stocks and e-Logistic Management of a Tourism Company, ILSHS Volume 27, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 27)
    The huge development of the Internet, increasing number users, low cost Internet access access and cutting access and cutting access and cuttingaccess and cuttingaccess and cutting -edge connection technology equipment are forcing companies to adapt rapidly to e-commerce, and thus change the classic logistics process, including changes for logistics functions. Moreover, tourism companies feel this dynamic market and its flexibility, primarily due to the supply chain actors of touristic products – the tourism – who adapted themselves quickly to the new technological offers and already mastered web interfaces specialized in selecting anddelivering travel packages. Moreover, their feedback is often instantly. Barely arrived at the destination they point out their opinions, send picture in social networks, based on their own logistic type have developed themselves. It is clear that courism companies have to adapt tp e-logistic, since the operate beyond tourism products themselves, primarily with information products. A tour operator can develop destinations that can be managed in a stock that can be called informational stock. With this virtual copmonent touristic product can be changed quickly depending on the feedback that classic tour packages stock is required b their spesial cost management and their ability to change and adept faster to the market. E-logistics required to adapt the supply chain process to the informational chain that leaves the point of origing and reach the end point ato meet such customers requirements in this new medium of the Internet where the space or time notions have a new understanding and lose their normal dimension.
    CRM, e-Logistic, ERP, Inventory-Information, m-Logistics