utsourcing is a practice used by different companies to reduce costs by transferring portions of work to outside suppliers rather than completing it internally. Outsourcing is an effective cost-saving strategy when used properly. Outsourcing also has several disadvantages. Signing contracts with other companies may take time and extra effort from a firm’s legal team. Security threats occur if another party has access to a company’s confidential information and then the party suffers a data breach. A lack of communication between the company and the outsourced provider may occur, which could delay the completion of projects.
A well defined agreement will protect you against failures of our outsourcing partners, ensuring they pay for material breaches. However, this still does not matter if those breaches create catastrophic events for your business. Therefore, it is essential that proper due diligence is conducted on each potential outsourcing partner.
SolutionsHub recently established OffshoreDetective to deal with such issues, so it may be worth contacting their team during the process of selecting outsourcing partners – Lee Hills, CEO of SolutionsHub
Outsourced customer service is a great way to keep overheads low while in the startup phase. We have access to centres of excellence in the UK and Philippines. These centres can provide top level tailored support, with scaled fees, ensuring charges are only levied when services are enjoyed.
Furthermore, while assisting develop the billing strategy, our network of payment service providers is extended to clients ensuring. These regulated companies facilitate payments all over the world, ensuring maximum engagement through the preferential platforms in each market.
Our team also has a vast knowledge of the corporate services industry and can add valuable insight into how to engage in beneficial corporate structuring, especially in markets where clients may be entering for the first time. This is especially useful where there are cultural differences to conducting business arrangements and significantly different legal systems.