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Benefits Of Outsourcing The Sales Force


August 19th, 2011




Sales outsourcing is the practice of hiring a third party service provider to act as your company’s sales force. Many companies have discovered the numerous benefits of outsourcing the sales force and they have resorted to hiring other agencies to handle their sales functions. Tele-marketing and customer survey are among the outsourced tactics most often used to increase the sales of a product. One of the benefits of outsourcing a sales force is that a company is able to save a lot of money and gain more at the same time. While running a sales department in house could be a tedious exercise that could cost the company a fortune, hiring a third party service provider to handle such a department could be the best decision for a company to make. An outsourced company is cheaper and the company gets to focus on its core functions thus increasing its efficiency and gains. Another benefit of outsourcing ..Continue reading.. »

Business Outsourcing Company – Managing Outsourced Tasks Effectively


August 18th, 2011




Due to the limited funds that small companies have, outsourcing might not always look like the most cost effective alternative for them. Instead, they prefer to do the work themselves and sometimes fear that the outsourced work may not be up to the required standards. This has led to such companies handling very many tasks at the same time. But with this, the small company may end up losing sight of the core activities that generate income thus resulting in stalled projects and numerous losses. Engaging the services of a business outsourcing company will lead to maximized profits. Valuable tips for successful outsourcing include knowing what to outsource and what to leave out. Outsource the areas that you might feel as a company you are weak at. That way, you get to focus on the parts that are bound to help the organization grow. This might be expensive at first but this will reduce expenses that would be experienced when trying to amend mis ..Continue reading.. »

Process Outsourcing Company – Challenges Outsource Companies In The Developing World Face


August 15th, 2011




There are benefits associated with outsourcing services such as reduced costs, improvement of product quality and access to highly skilled personnel. This is on the client side. For the service providers, it helps create employment and is a source of foreign exchange inflows where the outsourcing is offshore. But a process outsourcing company in the developing world also faces a number of risks and challenges. An outsourcing company can only succeed if it knows the risks and finds a way to deal with the obstacles it meets during the course of business. One of the greatest challenges facing the process outsourcing company today is the ever-increasing levels of competition. While at the early throes of the outsourcing services industry in developing countries, there seemed to be more opportunities than there were businesses to provide them, that is not the case today. There are new companies making the ..Continue reading.. »

Outsourcing Of Business – Potential Pitfalls


August 12th, 2011




Today’s globalization, increased competition and rapid technological changes have led most companies to view outsourcing of business as the solution to staying competitive. However despite the fact that outsourcing reduces operational costs and in some cases can help the organization increase its efficiency; it also has negative long term effects that could affect not just the company but the society it operates in as well. A few of the risks and negative impacts that outsourcing exposes organizations to include; unmonitored competition, increased unemployment, unscrupulous providers and possible organizational failure in the long run. Increased unemployment Outsourcing of business processes is a relatively new phenomenon that was sparked off by the advent of internet business. As such the full impact of the practice is as of yet unknown, nevertheless it is not the win-win situation that most economists point it out to be ..Continue reading.. »

Outsourcing Of Business – Key Statistics


August 11th, 2011




Outsourcing statistics have for many years shown the outsourcing of business is an increasing trend among companies in the US and other Western nations. However, it is since the 1990s that the outsourcing market has grown tremendously. Of course this has also generated a lot of political heat with debates on what outsourcing really means for developed economies and whether it really is for the benefit of their workforce as a whole. Outlined below are some interesting outsourcing statistics. Outsourcing of business is most significant in the Information Technology industry. In the global outsourcing market, IT takes the lead at 28% of the total outsourcing market. This primarily came about due to the shortage of e- business application developmental skills in developed markets which made it expensive to hire skilled personnel. The Human Resources industry is another increasingly outsourced business process taking   15% share of all outsourc ..Continue reading.. »

Outsourcing Management Success


August 10th, 2011




If a company is considering outsourcing any part of its business which it considers non-core, it should always find a way of making sure that the outsourcing relationship is a success. The business should not only focus its energy on pushing down costs but in improving quality of goods and services. However, outsourcing management is not such an easy task - but it is necessary if both the business and the service provider want to mutually benefit from the relationship. Outsourcing management starts with both the business and the third party understanding the goals of the business. This will inform how the performance of the outsourcing processes will be assessed. For best results, outsourcing management must involve both parties being familiar with how the respective internal processes of each party. Both parties should ensure that the relationship is carried out to the benefit of a ..Continue reading.. »

Outsourcing Management – Comparing Different Countries


August 9th, 2011




One of the decisions that companies in the West must make in outsourcing management is which country to outsource the business to. How do the different countries compare and what are the advantages or disadvantages of each? Let’s take a look at some of the more popular countries for hosting outsourced services. India is by far the leading country in offering offshore services. It has a strong local skill set for IT services, remote infrastructure evaluation and general business process outsourcing (BPO) such as call centers. Indian employees are able to meet the demands of a technology driven market. What’s more their companies have shown precision in keeping records such as employee pay and cost structure. This has seen various US companies outsourcing management of other non-IT areas such as Human Resources (HR), administration and accounting to India. But in the recent past, India’s reputati ..Continue reading.. »

Outsourcing For Business – There Is A Downside


August 8th, 2011




Outsourcing for business is a fast growing trend and has increasingly been accepted as an integral part of conducting modern day business. The benefits of outsourcing are well known and revolve around time and cost savings. However, just like every coin has two sides, so does outsourcing for business. A company should be careful that these shortcomings, however negligible do not negate the benefits that would otherwise be realized by outsourcing. The first drawback in outsourcing for businesses is that it poses a major threat to a company’s internal innovation capacity. When a company develops a habit of taking on a third party service provider for key internal processes, the company’s internal knowledge base starts to diminish. Thus, the company’s delivery of a quality experience to its customers may deteriorate since internal staff may not be able to keep up with changing market trends. Another downside of outsourcing for business ..Continue reading.. »

Offshore Outsourcing – The Facts


August 5th, 2011




Offshore outsourcing kicked off in earnest with the administration of former American president Bill Clinton. At the time, the U.S had been trying to fight with inflation so as to revive the struggling economy. This brought about numerous changes in economic policies including the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). This saw businesses using this and other means of staying a step ahead of their competition. Due to the high cost of American labor, offshore outsourcing became an option that many corporations had to consider. Outsourcing has of course been considered by some as too radical a remedy for doing business. This is probably informed by the fact that it has led to many families in American and other Western nations being left jobless and with no source of income. This is because organizations are contracting other companies to render services that were previously handled locally such as payroll, software ..Continue reading.. »

Offshore Outsourcing – Ethical Concerns


August 4th, 2011




In some instances, companies may opt for offshore outsourcing to enable them to focus their attention on the core values of the firm. Paying small scale contractors on the other side of the world is now possible through online payment channels such as PayPal, MoneyBookers, Xoom, Payoneer, 2CheckOut and many more. Outsourcing enables the organization to cut down on labor costs and the cost of procuring expensive technology. And it is not just American manufacturers offshore outsourcing their work to Asia, South America and Africa. A number of large companies in other countries are contracting American employees for work. For instance, major non-American automobile manufacturers such as Toyota, Mercedes Benz and BMW have set up huge manufacturing plants in the United States. However even as the company tries to maximize its profits, certain ethical questions beg answers. Offshore outsourcing is gain ..Continue reading.. »

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