Environmental and economic problems are thought to have a significant impact on reverse supply chain management and are one of the cornerstones of sustainable supply chain development. A review of the literature reveals that a comprehensive reference framework for reverse supply chain management is not fully developed. In recent years, these sustainable supply chain practices involving reverse logistics factors have ultimately begun to investigate more integrated supply chain practices that can improve economic performance. Providing a well-designed reverse supply chain program can significantly enhance the organization's ability to differentiate itself and differentiate its market share from competitors. Conversely, the supply chain problem should be part of the enterprise's corporate strategy. From a macro perspective, the reverse supply chain activities of the sector in which the organization operates include topics such as reuse of parts, repair, reprocessing and remanufacturing. In this study, investigations on the implementation of reverse supply chain activities in the IT department of Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey University are discussed.
Supply Chain Management, Reverse Supply Chain Management, Information Technology.