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Title: Problems and prospects of logistic information corporate systems on emerging markets in crisis phenomena
Other Titles: Проблеми та перспективи логістичних інформаційних корпоративних систем на ринках, що розвиваються, в умовах кризових явищ
Authors: Krasnyuk, Maxim
Goncharenko, Svitlana
Tuhaienko, Victoriia
Krasniuk, Svitlana
Keywords: intelligent information technologies
methods of analysis
corporate systems
crisis phenomena
Issue Date: 2022
Citation: Problems and prospects of logistic information corporate systems on emerging markets in crisis phenomena / M. Krasnyuk, S. Goncharenko, V. Tuhaienko, S. Krasniuk // Moderní aspekty vědy : svazek XXV mezinárodní kolektivní monografie. – Mezinárodní Ekonomický Institut s.r.o., Česká republika: Mezinárodní Ekonomický Institut s.r.o., 2022. – Str. 389-403.
Source: Moderní aspekty vědy
Modern aspects of science
Abstract: The use of not only software and technical complexes, but also powerful innovative algorithmic support, in the conditions of a globalized world and intelligent technologies for processing both structured and unstructured information, allows to significantly improve the quality and competitiveness of management solutions. The implementation of most classical logistics concepts would be impossible without the use of parallel computing, local and global computer networks, telecommunication systems and intelligent information and software. One of the key roles in logistics systems at the micro, macro or meso level is played by appropriate information support. A general trend in the development of information technologies is the use of additional intelligent analytical methods of collecting, processing, storing and transmitting information.
Faculty: Інститут права та сучасних технологій
Department: Кафедра філології та перекладу (ФП)
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