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System Changeover Policy and Precautions

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Ashima Banerjee

Dept. of Commerce,
Rampurhat College, India
Email: pieuashima@gmail.com

Abstract

In this paper, different changeover policy is discussed. Conversion planning it is essential for system up-gradation. Here different traditional up gradation process also discussed. For fast and efficient changeover process, the concept of planning, scheduling, procurement process is also discussed in this paper. Different industry in emerging markets became more competitive during the last decade. We attribute the predominantly downward trend in competition to increase their size and the shift from traditional intermediation to off-balance sheet activities.  Determination of changeover time is also important for tradeoffs between product quality and profit. Direct changed over, parallel changed over, pilot change over and distributed changeover briefly discussed in this paper.

Keywords

Entrepreneurship;
Changeover,
Conversion;
Innovation and Creativity;
Planning and Scheduling;

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Cited as

Ashima Banerjee, “System Changeover Policy and Precautions”, International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, Vol. 2, No. 9, pp. 214-218, 2017. 

DOI: https://doi.org/10.24999/IJOAEM/02090048

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