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Vol. 4 Núm. 1 (2010): La competitividad como factor de éxito ISBN 978-970-27-2032-4,

La influencia de los procesos de producción en la competitividad de la Pyme de Aguascalientes

julio 1, 2016


En un mercado cambiante, globalizado y competitivo, como en el que se desarrollan actualmente las organizaciones, los procesos de producción juegan un papel esencial en el desarrollo de estrategias empresariales que permitan a las organizaciones incrementar su competitividad. Asimismo, el rápido desarrollo de la tecnología está obligando a las empresas a mejorar la automatización, la confiabilidad y el control administrativo de los procesos de producción mediante la introducción de nueva tecnología con el afán de mejorar su posición competitiva


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