Top 5 Outsourcing Rules You Should Embrace For Success

Top 5 Outsourcing Rules You Should Embrace For Success

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Daven Michaels

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

No doubt, outsourcing has become a big buzzword in the business arena. Businesses of various sizes are increasingly using a cost-effective workforce outside of their business premises to get things done faster and better. But, you need to do outsourcing the right way in order to achieve the desired result.

Rule #1: Outsource with a Goal in Mind

Your competitors are using outsourcing solutions — then, without analysis of your business needs, you decide to just jump into outsourcing too —this is a no-no rule if you must succeed with outsourcing.

The message is clear; you need to sit back first and assess your business needs before deciding whether or not outsourcing is right for your business at that point. For instance, a long look at how you’re running your business may reveal that repetitive tasks are taking quality time and impacting core tasks negatively. This sort of situation requires using outsourcing to tackle repetitive tasks so that you and your present employees can focus on the core competencies of your business.

Rule#2: You should weigh Offshore VS Onshore Outsourcing

For a better comparison between offshore and onshore outsourcing, here are the highlights of how each one functions;

• Offshore means taking a job abroad; onshore means using experts at home to accomplish a task.
• Offshore promotes super cost-effective outsourcing; Onshore promotes super cost-intensive outsourcing
• Offshore bypasses business running costs such as overhead, employee allowances, and huge cost of renting a space; Onshore may bypass all of those costs but the pricing is still super expensive.
• Offshore, in the long run, offers amazing cost reduction while onshore outsourcing doesn’t.

Rule #3: Check before You Hire

It’s just the same way you will adopt due diligence in recruiting an in-house staff. It doesn’t matter the content of an outsourcing provider’s portfolio, you should check and verify before you hire. Look out for previous accomplishments in the area you need outsourcing help.

Rule #4: Interview as many Providers as Possible

Don’t be in a hurry to settle for the first outsourcing vendor that comes your way. The rule of thumb is always to interview a handful so that you can ultimately narrow your choice to the best in terms of quality and cost.

Rule #5: Focus on Skills that are Relevant to Your outsourcing Needs

You are better off hiring a provider whose skills match the business tasks you want to outsource. This will help promote quality outcomes ultimately. So, when you interview and explore the provider’s profile, pay attention to skills, talents, qualifications, and experiences that match the task you want to outsource.

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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