Data-Driven Decision Making In Large Scale Production Planning


  • Dea Christefa Universitas Sumatera Utara
  • Herman Mawengkang universitas sumatera utara
  • Muhammad Zarlis universitas sumatera utara




Production planning is a very important part for a company in making the right decisions before carrying out production activities in order to obtain maximum profit with a minimum level of production costs. Production planning is defined as a process in producing goods and services within a certain period by considering resources such as labor, materials, machinery and etc. In this research, a production planning model is produced based on several variables and parameters that can assist in making production decisions

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Christefa, D., Mawengkang, H., & Zarlis, M. (2022). Data-Driven Decision Making In Large Scale Production Planning. Sinkron : Jurnal Dan Penelitian Teknik Informatika, 7(3), 2068-2071.

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