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COMPETITIVIDAD GLOBAL

Vol. 6 Núm. 1 (2012): La arquitectura financiera en las organizaciones para la competitividad: 978-607-96203-0-1

Requerimiento de proveeduría de las grandes empresas hacia las PYMES en el Estado de San Luis Potosí.

Enviado
June 17, 2016
Publicado
2018-08-25

Resumen

La finalidad de la investigación es conocer, describir y analizar los requisitos que las grandes empresas del subsector automotriz y de autopartes  piden se cumplan cuando una Pequeña o Mediana Empresa (PYMES) desea ingresar a su cadena de suministros. Se busca destacar la importancia y relevancia del Modelo de Gestión de Calidad (MGC) en dicho proceso de selección. Uno de los principales factores que dificulta el ingreso a la cadena de suministros de las grandes empresas es el factor calidad, que bien puede ser abordado desde el MGC a usar por las PYMES.

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