Analysis forecast production model: a Mexican family firm proposal
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AbstractThe prediction of the production of food is a very important topic that is attracting more the attention of researchers, scholars and professionals in the field of business and management since it is currently an issue at a global level considering the shortage of food and the exponential increase of the population. Similarly, the development of forecasting models about production are commonly used by different researchers and scholars to create predictions of the production systems, including good, as they normally provide valuable information for both making business decisions and reducing costs. For this reason, the main objective of this empirical research is the proposal of a forecast production model by applying a case study for a family agro-industrial enterprise from Aguascalientes (Mexico) through the implementation of a computer system that improves significantly their planning and commercial system of agro-industrial products (i.e. broccoli).
CitationSolano-Romo, L.I., Maldonado-Guzman, G., and Garza-Reyes, J.A., (2019), 'Analysis Forecast Pro-duction Model: A Mexican Family Firm Proposal', The 9th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management (IEOM), Bangkok, Thailand, March 5-7. Michigan: IEOM Society, pp. 1-12.
JournalProceedings of the 9th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Man-agement (IEOM)
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