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Digitalization of business processes in construction and logistics

Pavel Petrov (), Snezhana Sulova (), Mihail Radev (), Yanka Aleksandrova (), Miglena Stoyanova (), Liliya Mileva () and Plamen Yankov ()
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Pavel Petrov: University of Economics Varna
Mihail Radev: University of Economics Varna
Liliya Mileva: University of Economics Varna
Plamen Yankov: University of Economics Varna

in Monographic library "Knowledge and business" Varna from Publishing house "Knowledge and business" Varna

Abstract: The economy in the late ten and early twenties of the XXI century is characterized by high rates of digitalization in all spheres of economic and social life. One of the ways to increase the efficiency of individual business organizations and entire sectors of the economy is to improve and develop the information systems used for business management based on the digitalization of management and business operations. The development of new ways of organizing the activity in the conditions of digitalization requires a rethinking of the existing practices for the implementation of the main business operations and the activities that support them. There is an objective need in business operations and activities to use new methods and tools to replace traditional ones smoothly and gradually. The purpose of the present study is to review and theoretically substantiate the possibilities for application of digitalization in the construction and logistics sectors. The authors try to consider from different points of view the main problems in digitalization based on research of modern scientific publications on the topic to determine the objective course of development of information and communication technologies.

Keywords: digitalization; digital transformation; digital processes; digital economy; management; big data; business processes; business activities; business objects; business modelling; construction; logistics; modelling environments. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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