DEVELOPMENT OF MODELS OF SERVICE CENTER COMPANIES NETWORK ACCOMMODATION
ResumoThe density of the car service companies significantly affects the quality of services and determines the level of saturation of the market. Optimal placement of service centers allows reducing unproductive expenditures of time and money of clients for delivery of vehicles to their places of work, and thereby contributes to the increase in demand for services.
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