Essays about: "related literature and studies of inventory system"

Found 5 essays containing the words related literature and studies of inventory system.

  1. 1. eHealth development in Sweden : A  study  of  prominent  aspects  and  benefits  from  a  multi-userperspective

    University essay from KTH/Industriell Management; KTH/Industriell Management

    Author : LUDVIG JAKOBSSON; JONATHAN SOBIN; [2014]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : The  European  health  care  is  facing  challenges  with  an  increasing  ageing  population, with a higher frequency of chronic diseases, which have resulted in rising health care costs. Meanwhile, the trend shows how patients and citizens are becoming more active in their personal health care, with the number of existing doctors and nurses subsiding furthermore entailing problems. READ MORE

  2. 2. eHealth development in Sweden : A study of prominent aspects and benefits from a multi-user perspective

    University essay from KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.); KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.)

    Author : Jonathan Sobin; Ludvig Jakobsson; [2014]
    Keywords : eHealth; e-health; business model; business modeling; Business Model Canvas; BMC; Electronic Health Record; EHR; ICT; eHälsa; e-hälsa; affärsmodell; verksamhetsmodulering; Business Model Canvas; BMC; elektronisk patientjournal; EHR; ICT;

    Abstract : The European health care is facing challenges with an increasing ageing population, with a higher frequency of chronic diseases, which have resulted in rising health care costs. Meanwhile, the trend shows how patients and citizens are becoming more active in their personal health care, with the number of existing doctors and nurses subsiding furthermore entailing problems. READ MORE

  3. 3. Supply Chain Inventory Control-Methods for Coordination and Evaluation

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Produktionsekonomi

    Author : Henrik Håkansson; Adam Åkerman; [2011]
    Keywords : Customer The ones utilizing the services provided by the Service Organization. In most cases not the same people buying the services. Daily Management Short-term and operative management; not necessarily conducted on a daily basis; but generally referred to as Daily Management. Enterprise Sibling companies found under the same company umbrella; whose employees are the Service Organization’s customers. Errand A matter; sent in by the customer; for HRSC to solve. Consists of either an order or a question. HRSC Human Resources Support Centre. KPI Key Performance Indicator; measuring vital activities within an organization. “A More Efficient Service Organization” An ongoing project within the Service Organization; aiming at creating an environment in which continuous improvements are embedded in the organizational culture. Payroll PA Payroll and Personal Administration. Process within HRSC; and consequently; the Service Organization responsible for the salary disbursement and solving non-salary related errands. PSM Production Safety Matrix. Tool traditionally used within the manufacturing industry to log occurring process problems; and thereby; identifying problem- and improvement areas. SLA Service Level Agreement between buyer and the Service Organization. Specifies what kind of services that are to be included in the value offer and to what price. Service Organization The object of study and client-company. Is part of a larger group of enterprises; and responsible for delivering support services to those.; Technology and Engineering;

    Abstract : Background As a part of the Service Organization’s earlier initiated and at the moment on-going project; “A more efficient Service Organization”, daily management has been identified as playing a major part. The starting-point for this has been to gain insight into how the Service Organization is actually performing and how it would be possible to measure, follow-up and visualize this performance. READ MORE

  4. 4. Production development with the future in sighta green field study at Sandvik SRP

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Produktionsekonomi

    Author : Mimmi Hansson; Sofia Svensson; [2011]
    Keywords : APS Advanced Planning System APP Advanced Production Planner BOM; Bill of Material A hierarchical list of all included parts; raw material; sub-assemblies; components etc. that are needed; and in which quantity; to produce the end product. The top level of the structure represents the finished product. BOM explosion Break apart each assembly into its components. FIFO First in-first out; an asset method and inventory term that assumes that items purchased first will be sold first. ERP Enterprise Resource Planning GREEN FIELD Project name for the investment and new facility M3 The ERP-system that is used within Sandvik Mining and Construction in Svedala. MRP Material Requirement Planning MRP II Manufacturing Resource Planning NAUTILUS The production development concept of Sandvik QLIKVIEW A business intelligence system; a tool for analysing ERP data SMC Sandvik Mining and Construction; Technology and Engineering;

    Abstract : Background: Sandvik is in the middle of a great investment, the so called Green Field investment, which will imply a new factory for parts of their stone crush production. The facility is, at current situation, in engineering phase and the preparations are in focus and running at high speed. READ MORE

  5. 5. Grönstrukturplanering i det skånska slättlandskapet?

    University essay from SLU/Landscape Architecture (until 121231)

    Author : Matilda Westling; [2009]
    Keywords : grönstrukturplanering; grönstruktur; grönstrukturplan; regional planering; fysisk planering; jordbruksbygder;

    Abstract : The ongoing change that characterizes the landscape as a result of the development of the society as a wholeis the basis for this thesis. Even though the Scanian landscape still is dominated by arable land, other valuessuch as biological diversity, cultural heritage and economical aspects, has all been ascribed the landscape asmore and more important factors and in some respects, compete with the farming industry about the right tothe landscape. READ MORE