ABOUT THE INFORMATIZATION MANAGING OF THE PRODUCTION SYSTEM BASED ON THE MATRIX MODEL
Introduction. The problem of formation and information management systems management of manufacturing system businesses is analyzed in the article. Existing schemes of the Russian economy increased demands for its efficiency. Stability integrative model business entity lifecycle requires a search for solutions based on new technologies in the organization and operation of information management systems.
Results. On the basis of the analysis of their importance for sustainability of the entity components of its life cycle conclusions are made about the applicability of the matrix model to the production system management. Contradiction in the application of this management model are solved by separating the information on the basis of the state of product and process state. This division contributes to a better organization of the distribution of responsibility between the profit centers and cost centers. As an indicator of the efficiency of profit centers, it is proposed to use the ratio revenue net from the sale of products to the current value of the planned costs of its production. To assess the effectiveness of cost centers used index that is similar to profitability of fixed assets taking into account the cost of resources utilized by each cost center separately.
Discussion and Conclusions. We analyze the relationship between goals management of the production system with the role of profit centers and cost centers. The proposed basis of the formation model information ensures the management of the production system, contributing to improve the quality of managerial decisions in implementing the competitive advantages of business entity.
Keywords: matrix model management, informatization, profit and cost centers, process status, product status
For citation: Romanenko AV. About the informatization managing of the production system based on the matrix model. Vestnik Mordovskogo universiteta = Mordovia University Bulletin. 2016; 2(26):269-277. DOI: 10.15507/0236-2910.026.201602.269-277
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