Is International Outsourcing Really A Dangerous Proposition?

Is International Outsourcing Really A Dangerous Proposition?

Daven Michaels

Daven Michaels

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

Offshore Outsourcing or international outsourcing is described as the practice where external companies are hired to carry out some business operations in a country different the country where the products or services are actually manufactured or developed. International outsourcing services are not really a dangerous proposition considering the important roles they are playing in the business world of today.

For instance, many businesses now look to top outsourcing companies to reduce expenses, thereby increasing their bottom line.

Foreign outsourcing has a lot of benefits such as streamlined cash flows, improved profits, lower costs, and a diversity of others. Outsourcing may look like a slam dunk on paper, but consider the pros and cons of outsourcing before considering the bottom-line. Without any doubt, offshore outsourcing has its benefits.

But that is not to say that international outsourcing doesn’t have myriad shortcomings and other issues to consider when thinking about implementing offshore outsourcing in your business. Liability, branding, flexibility, confidentiality, and quality control are some of the arguments against offshore outsourcing.

The absolute truth about foreign outsourcing is that irrespective of where you hire the company from, you are the one to be responsible for the quality of work they offer and if they are offshore or outside your country, it can be somehow expensive and difficult to supervise their job.

Lack of quality from incompetent outsourcing company will affect the reputation of your company severely and negatively impact growth profitability of that organization.

The reputation of an organization is one of the biggest risks of international outsourcing. Therefore, companies looking forward to a foreign outsourcing of their jobs are advised to think about all of the consequences of their decision. In business outsourcing process, jobs are being taken away from other workers frequently the same workers who buy your product.

Final Thoughts

International outsourcing is not the greatest evil in the business world of today but companies should take a closer look at the pros and cons of outsourcing before taking any decision. While there are top outsourcing companies all over the world that can offer quality services, there are some other ways by which business organizations can reduce costs and improve revenue than outsourcing to foreign countries.

You will show support and concern for the people you serve and also encourage loyalty and measure when you keep developing your business in your own nation. On the other hand, make sure you outsource to any of the reputable top outsourcing companies around the world and be ready to monitor their work properly if you must carry out offshore outsourcing.

Always remember that the reputation of your company is at stake!

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 to 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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