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Volume 116, 202110th Annual International Conference “Schumpeterian Readings” (ICSR 2021)
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Development of innovative technologies as a reserve of competitiveness of reclamation enterprises
1 All-Russia Research Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Reclamation by the name of AN Kostyakov, 44, Bolshaya Akademicheskaya st. Moscow, 127550, Russia
2 Kuban State Agrarian University named after I.T. Trubilin, 13, Kalinina st., Krasnodar, 350044, Russia
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Information support of production processes and production is becoming an unchangeable condition for their efficiency, in terms of importance comparable to the provision of material, technical, financial, labor and other resources. The paper is based on the methods of a systematic approach, analysis and synthesis of world trends in national and international theory and practice of interaction between digital technologies and business. It was found that innovations in the field of digital technologies for land reclamation do not meet the requirements of management automation implemented in the developed sectors of national and global economy. The factors of competitiveness of business processes, which are successfully integrated into management decisions using digital systems, are identified. The influence of managerial innovations on the strategic development of the business structures of an enterprise is characterized. In addition, the authors revealed the reasons for the unsatisfactory implementation of high-tech innovations by enterprises of traditional industries. The authors proposed the transfer of digital technologies from a high-tech sector of production to a low-tech one as a priority measure, representing the important condition for the growth of competitiveness of both traditional and high-tech sectors of economy.
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