Extensive use of outsourcing schemes raises a number of legal and organizational problems associated with the dependence of a commercial organization on the activities of third-party structures and the development of a methodical approach to the formation of an algorithm for transferring an individual function or business process of an enterprise to outsourcing.

The next problem is the mechanisms for maintaining partnerships with an outsourcer. Not only are the various forms of partnerships characterized by different degrees of risk and depend on many factors, the mechanisms and tools to ensure such interaction are poorly developed.