Analysis and Evaluation of the Exposure of External Environmental Factors to the Business Processes of Industrial Enterprises
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The management of each industrial enterprise seeks to make a forecast of current activities and new projects with substantiation of the main financial parameters (such as revenues, profits, tax deductions, etc.). The implementation of the formation of forecast indicators using the construction of financial models that are in demand when investing funds, both commercial and state structures in the development of industry does not take into account the influence of environmental parameters directly in the modeling process. The study presented in this article was devoted to determining the influence of environmental factors in which an industrial enterprise operates on its performance and the formation of a system for evaluating this impact through the elements of a financial and economic model. The authors consider and detail such market factors as: supply, demand, product features, state influence, macroeconomic factors, take into account direct and indirect influence, and also offer a system for reflecting the degree of environmental influence when modeling an enterprise using scoring coefficients. The practical value of this study lies in the fact that the proposed adjustments make it possible to more thoroughly make a forecast and, therefore, improve the accuracy of calculations, which is undoubtedly important when making management and investment decisions.

industrial enterprise, external environment, market factors, impact assessment, financial and economic model

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