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“I liked the quick turn-around when I submitted my paper to IJOQM. It took only seven months from submission to acceptance. The instructions from the editor for the revision were clear and precise.” Chuda Basnet, Department of Management Systems, The University of Waikato, New Zealand

“IJOQM has becoming one of major academic platforms for the scholars who work on areas of operations and quantitative management to share and exchange their research findings and application experiences for the last decade. As an active researcher, I will not only continue contributing my research results, but also encourage others to contribute to this meaningful and important journal in the future.” Yong Shi, Charles W. and Margre H. Durham Distinguished Professor of Information Technology, College of Information Science and Technology, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA

“The journal has filled a long standing gap that existed because of too much theoretical research or much narrower, over-specialised pieces of research being published in other journals having many a times even a regional focus. All this is balanced out at one place-IJOQM- a truly diversified journal containing just the right mix of the areas and kinds of research work as also their authors and affiliations- a lot of them being from corporate world.” Sunil Sharma, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, India

“After fifteen years, the International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management has become recognized as a high-quality journal in the operations management and management science fields. It would be a valuable resource for operations managers and researchers alike.” Timothy Urban, The University of Tulsa, USA

“A problem you can encounter tomorrow could be already solved in IJOQM today”. Stan Lipovetsky, GfK Custom Research North America, Minneapolis, USA

“I believe that the IJOQM provides an opportunity for young and upcoming researchers (particularly from developing countries) to realise their potential to publish their work and help bolster their research capabilities.” Honest Walter Chipoyera, School of Statistics & Actuarial Science, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa