Benefits of Small Business Outsourcing

Benefits of Small Business Outsourcing

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Daven Michaels

New York Times Bestselling Author, 30-year business veteran, and Executive Chairman of CurrentC Group.

Outsourcing has become a well-known procedure in today’s business environment. Luckily, outsourcing is not just for the big businesses, even small and medium scale businesses can leverage outsourcing and enjoy the tons of benefits that will follow. There are tons of benefits that come with small business outsourcing. If you are not yet leveraging outsourcing, you are likely losing out on tons of benefits that come with this business solution. And, your competitors who are leveraging this solution are most likely on top of the game.

So, Why Should You Outsource Your Small Business?

As mentioned earlier, there are tons of benefits that come with letting a specialized third party handle some or most of your business operations. But first, you must access your business and its operations critically to determine if it is time to outsource or not. Some of the telltale signs that your business needs outsourcing is when the current staff or workforce are swamped with work, leading to neglect or careless handling of some aspects such as customer service. Also, outsourcing may be necessary if you only need to carry out a temporary project such as quarterly or yearly marketing campaign. In these cases, it will be waste of money hiring marketing experts in-house for the temporal task and incurring overhead costs.

Some of the top benefits of small business outsourcing include the following;

Increased Profit

This comes from the cost savings advantage when a business eliminates overhead costs and other expenses that come with staffing by leveraging outsourcing. Ultimately, the money saved is translated to profit and could be ploughed back into business expansion. So, cost saving equals to increased profit and increased profit equals to more funds for business expansion.

Shared Business Risk

When you outsource some or aspects of your small business operation to an expert outsourcing provider, the risks that come with that business function is automatically transferred to the outsourcing provider. This ultimately reduces the overall business risk that a small business shoulders. Once proper outsourcing contract is signed, an outsourcing provider is liable to anything that goes wrong with the operation while it is under their care and management. This is why you should insist on signing proper contract when embarking on small business outsourcing.

Access to Expertise in an Affordable Manner

Most small businesses do not usually have the financial capacity involved to hire experts in-house, especially in aspects such as information technology and other professional aspects such as accounting and legal services. On the other hand, outsourcing makes it possible to leverage such expertise in an amazingly affordable manner, especially when offshore outsourcing is involved.

Increased Time Saving

Small businesses that leverage outsourcing to handle some of its functions are able to enjoy increased time saving. Ultimately, their products and/or services are able to enter the market earlier than their competitors who handle all their tasks in-house.

Indeed, small business outsourcing is desirable and offers tons of benefits that a business may never enjoy handling all of its tasks in-house.

Daven Michaels is a New York Times Best Selling Author and CEO of premiere global outsourcing company, 123Employee. The company employs hundreds of young bright individuals on three continents. His International event, Beyond Marketing Live! inspires entrepreneurs build & grow their business with revolutionary new theories and systems allowing them to design the business and personal lifestyle of their dreams.


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