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Determinants and use of customer lifetime value: the case of turkish banking industry
It is widely accepted that customers differ substantially across industries and countries. Therefore, it is crucial to translate such differences to the models used for measuring Customer Lifetime Values (CLV). An important ...
Possibilistic linear - programming approach for supply chain networking decisions
Supply chain networking decisions are very important for the medium- and long-term planning success of manufacturing companies. The inputs to supply chain planning models are subject to environmental and system uncertainties. ...
A new methodology for multi - echelon inventory management in stochastic and neuro - fuzzy environments
Managing inventory in a multi-echelon supply chain is considerably more difficult than managing it in a single-echelon one. A strategy that optimizes inventory one echelon at a time results in excess inventory without ...