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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Nikita Akhapkin
Improvement of Logistics Controlling System (the Case of Fujifilm RUS LLC)
Strategic Management in Logistics
(Master’s programme)
2018
Annotation

1. Name of the theme WRC master

"Development / improvement of system of logistics controlling at the example of the company Fujifilm»

2. Student

Ahapkin Nikita, gr. MLG161, Faculty of Business and Management, HSE school of logistics.

3. Scientific adviser

Levina Tamara Vladimirovna, candidate of economic Sciences, senior lecturer..

Keywords: controlling system, performance measurement, key performance indicators, balanced scorecard (BSC), Blockchain technology, strategic profit model.

The aim of the WRC master is to improve the existing system of controlling the logistics activities of the company, which is a subsidiary of the production holding.

The objectives of the master's thesis are: analysis of economic, financial, economic and logistics activities of the company, analysis of the existing system of logistics controlling, identifying "bottlenecks, improving the system of logistics controlling, the possibility of integrated solutions for the controlling system based on the use of "Blockchain" technology in supply chains, analysis of the economic efficiency of the measures.

The economic feasibility of the practical application of the proposed recommendations has been proved.

4. The volume of the master's thesis: page-141, drawings-19, tables-17, literature - 30, applications-9 on 10 pages.

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