Bìznes ìnform (Multilingual ed.), 2021-02-01, Vol.2 (517), p.223-232
The decision to outsource should be preceded by a thorough substantiation for its feasibility and efficiency. The existence of many models and methods for substantiating the feasibility of outsourcing is primarily associated with different approaches to evaluating the efficiency and with variety of types of outsourcing, as for each type an individual calculation may be offered. As one of the most popular analytical instruments for preliminary outsourcing evaluation is defined the use of matrix method, by means of which the most common «outsourcing matrices» are considered (McKinsey’s BCG matrices, «Pricewarehouse Coopers», D. Khlebnikov, A. Kh. Kurbanov, IBS, B. O. Anikin and I. L. Ruda, A. H. Isavnin and I. I. Farkhutdinov, N. K. Moiseeva, O. M. Malyutina and I. O. Moskovina) and it is justified that the main difference between the existing matrices is the criteria for evaluating business processes (functions). A matrix of strategic measures on accounting outsourcing has been developed, which analyzes the internal and external environment from the point of view of the strengths and weaknesses of the enterprise, its capabilities and expected threats. Opportunities and threats are caused by the external (uncontrolled or poorly controlled) factors, while strengths and weaknesses – by the internal (controlled) factors. It is emphasized that SWOT analysis is an effective instrument for business cooperation and a way to optimize activities of enterprise. It is proved that the main purpose of SWOT analysis of outsourcing of accounting services is to determine the current situation, prospects and the further best behavioral strategy for accounting on one’s own or delegation of accounting to external executors. Prospects for further research are study and assessment of risks that arise when carrying out outsourcing activities.
outsourcing matrix ; outsourcing ; outsourcing efficiency ; accounting outsourcing ; swot analysis
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