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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Yuliya Vylegzhanina
Development of Internet Project's Operational Model
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
This work focused on developing action-oriented recommendations and activities to optimize process of delivery of farm products carried out by Perm internet project "EshFresh". To conduct a study and formulate recommendations was analyzed business model and operating model of the project and then modelled and analyzed processes of AS IS. At an early stage was identified that limited number of deliveries impact on number of orders and flow of consumers. The study was researched in depth current status of process of delivering orders. As a result of the study of the economic model and processes "as is" were identified problem areas and reasons of problems. After that has been modelled situation with integration that led to conclusion of optimal implementation the partner model. After identifying of problem areas of integration have been developed recommendations to address them.

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