Uncertainly, Operation Research

Uncertainly : There is a great uncertainly about economic and general environment. With economic growth uncertainty is also growing's. this makes each decisions costlier and time consuming. Or is thus quite essential from reliability point of view.

Knowledge Explosion : Knowledge is increasing at a very fast rate. Majority of the industries are not up to date with the latest knowledge and are therefore at a disadvantage. Or teams collect the latest information for analysis purposes which quite useful for the industries.

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