qualitative factors

qualitative factors
 качественные факторы; факторы, которые не поддаются прямому количественному измерению; отражают качественные показатели, например, качество продукции или услуги, уровень удовлетворения заказчика, хорошие отношения с постоянными поставщиками и т.п.; при принятии управленческих решений наряду с количественной информацией их также необходимо принимать во внимание.

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