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Mathematical and Statistical Methods as Support of the Development of Software Applications
Gřundělová, Barbora ; Doubravský, Karel (referee) ; Novotná, Veronika (advisor)
This bachelor thesis focuses on supporting the development of software applications using mathematical and statistical methods. The thesis deals with inventory management in the company Besta Trade s.r.o. The thesis contains an analysis of the theoretical basis, which deals with inventory and inventory management, analysis of the current state of inventory management in the company, and a description of the program for easy determination of the current state of inventory.
Mathematical and Statistical Methods as Support of the Development of Software Applications
Vaňková, Denisa ; Doubravský, Karel (referee) ; Novotná, Veronika (advisor)
This work deals with the activities of mathematical and statistical methods to support the development of the software application. The software application is focused on supply in company and storage. Primarily is suited for use in the CINEMAX Skalica cinema. The application is created in Microsoft Excel, using Visual Basic. The thesis also deals with the analysis of the business and its processing.
Design of expedition warehouse
Hlavatý, Pavel ; Mikulec, Petr (referee) ; Juřica, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis concerns a project of streamlining and improving conditions in current expedition warehouse. Theoretical part defines basic terms of storage and supply management. In analytical part storage capacity is calculated and warehouse is analyzed in detail by method of Lean Management and other well selected methods. Appropriate and feasible solutions are suggested based on the analytical part. These solutions are compared and their values are evaluated at the end of the thesis.
Construction Project for Implementation of Bus Terminal in Benešov
Hájek, Tomáš ; Liška, Pavel (referee) ; Nečasová, Barbora (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is construction project for implementation of bus terminal in Benešov. This thesis contains technical report, construction study of main technological stages, supply management for selected technological processes, technical report of site facilities including drawings, construction machinery and equipment for selected technological processes, technological specification for execution of earthworks SO01 & SO02, technological specification for execution of foundations SO01 & SO02, control and test plan for execution of earthworks, control and test plan for execution of foundations, safety and health protection plan for selected technological processes, construction site noise study and a construction study of reconstruction of roads in the terminal area.
Mathematical and Statistical Methods as Support of the Development of Software Applications
Daněk, Radek ; Šustrová, Tereza (referee) ; Novotná, Veronika (advisor)
Bachelor´s thesis aims to support the development of software applications from the point of view of mathematical and statistical methods. I decided to develop the theme of the supply management of the selected establishment, in which I did the school practice. I constructively created a global analysis of the object and by using the methods of supply management the appropriate steps to create the design of software applications for easier management.
The Study of Supply Logistics in Selected Company
Rinnová, Kristýna ; Nevřela, Tomáš (referee) ; Bartošek, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis focuses on changing the internal supply logistic. The first part provides theoretical knowledge, then is indtroduces the production company and analysis of the current state of current management inventory status. Based on the analysis I have proposed measures which are more efficient inventory management. Conditions needed for the implementation of these proposals are proposed as well. The analysis part offers quantified benefits of each proposal.
Influence of Quality on Comipetitivity of Milk and Milk products
Hrubá, Renata ; Kovářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Čechura, Lukáš (referee)
Globalization requires a new understanding of the effect of attitudes in the decision making process, particularly when regional differences arise from different cultural and social norms. Information behavior is the part of behavioral economics that explores decision making stakeholders - consumers, businessmen or politicians, under conditions of bounded rationality. For consumers it is primarily important to buy local products from family farms. The aim of the thesis was to verify the effectiveness of that model in the Czech Republic, especially to fill in the empirical aspect of behavioral economics, relating to consumer behavior under unclear information as well as normal environments, thus understanding the indirect effect of perception on product information. Today these issues are gaining in importance in developed countries as well as in the Czech Republic. The high probability of "never researching product information" resides more within consumers with negative attitudes toward global issues (30%) than in consumers with positive attitudes towards those issues (about 1%). Attitudinal changes affect decreases among those "never searching for product information" (by 30%) as well as increasing "search-rates" (by 60%). In other words, the changes in attitude have significant effects on consumer behavior (Spillover effect). Predicting decision making behavior under unclear information also shows important results. Changes of attitude toward nutrient security, milk of origin or ingredients is associated with relative changes in behavior. A change of attitude will reduce the probability to sometimes buy products with unclear (15%) and increases the probability of buying products with clear information (17%). Empirical research of behaviors under uncertainty are long-term projects, however methodologies may vary differentially. By connecting the theory of planned behavior to the theory of information, these theses fill in the issues of behavioral economics theory. The practical implication is a methodological approach of the model.
Design of a System for Managing the Storage Module of a Training Centre
Straško, Marián ; Havelka, Radek (referee) ; Dydowicz, Petr (advisor)
The main goal of my thesis is to create a necessary theoretical fundament in the area of developing guidelines, corporate strategies and strategic goals of a company, and to design an information system for stock level and inventory status managing and monitoring in an IT training centre. In particular, the focus of the application is on the training centre supply with food (refreshments), stationery, course textbooks and manuals; then it is a coffee maker and fresh water dispensers as well as computer hardware maintenance and supply. The information system runs on the intranet and is based on MS Access database application. This thesis does not pursue a mere fulfilling of an academic task, yet it is aiming at having practical purpose and use in real business world.
The Usage of the Norms ISO for the Firm
Buďová, Radka ; Pavlík,, Jiří (referee) ; Luňáček, Jiří (advisor)
Baccalaureate work includes the evaluation of the usage of ČSN EN ISO 9001:2000 in supply management of the middle sized company CONSTRUCT A&D, a.s. Solution coming-out from the theoretical basis and from the analysis of the current state at the company. The practical part inculeds proposal for improvement of suppliers selection and rating.
Using Different Methods for Suppliers Rating
Hala, Filip ; Stárek, Roman (referee) ; Hanušová, Helena (advisor)
Diplomová práce se zabývá využitím moderních metod analýz a modelování pro hodnocení dodavatelů a výběr optimální nabídky. V této práci je využito teorie fuzzy logiky. Dále je vytvořený model porovnán se současným modelem hodnocení zákazníků.

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