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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Viktoriia Beliakova
Methodical Support of Logistics Processes in the Modern Enterprise
Business Informatics
(Master’s programme)
8
2017
The modern enterprise can be characterized by continuous growth of scales and assortments of manufacture, expansion of realization networks and management approaches to a value chain of a product. The growth of trade turnover and interaction with other market counterparties, along with the above factors, increases the role of logistics in the management of modern enterprises.

 At the same time, the nature and effectiveness of the organization's activities is determined by its choice between own production and acquisition of goods and services. Such a choice significantly affects the productivity and competitiveness of the company, and therefore the views of the majority of managers on this dilemma over the past few years have undergone a number of changes due to such reasons as the growth of global competition, the consolidation of companies and their focus on key activities, the trend of cutting costs and etc. Thus, these factors have a significant impact on the development of such an enterprise strategy as outsourcing - attracting specialized companies to perform certain functions of the organization.

The present work is aimed at studying and analyzing the actual stage of the development of the logistics and outsourcing industries, as well as the existing management system for outsourcing by the example of a particular organization with the purpose of developing methodological recommendations on the use of outsourcing within the framework of logistics management at the enterprise.

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