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Business leaders can no longer afford to view outsourcing as a quick fix to help decrease costs in a fast-changing business environment driven by new technology. Outsourcing should be part of a company’s long-term business plan to access talent and experience to stay competitive and relevant on the global stage.  It gained popularity in the 1980s and 1990s as a business strategy to address growing labour costs and a more global economy.

The evolvement of the Internet of Things has continued to expand industries such as Big Data, Wearable Technologies, Smart Appliances – sectors that are projected to continue to grow exponentially in the next ten years. Technology is advancing at such a rapid pace that it has taken the shape of an industrial revolution.

What is Outsourcing?

Outsourcing is a business practice of contracting with a third party to handle certain tasks of your business instead of hiring new employees or assigning those tasks to exist staff. It’s a great way for businesses to lower operational costs and streamline operations while still handling important functions. At one time, outsourcing services were limited to large, multinational corporations. But today businesses of all sizes can realize the benefits of outsourcing.

There’s no denying that outsourcing can save you a lot of money. That is a fact that almost no one disputes. As the business landscape has evolved, various models have emerged to fit businesses of various shapes and sizes. Every ground-breaking company has a different outsourcing model to meet its own objectives.

However, most organisations overlook the numerous benefits of outsourcing that go beyond cost savings. This blog examines the top ten reasons for outsourcing that provides even more benefits.

1. Access to Latest/Niche Technology

Why spend thousands of dollars on a niche technology that you may only use once when you can gain access to all of the latest frameworks and development tools for free?

Reputable outsourcing firms typically subscribe to the most recent frameworks, critical development tools, and specialist technologies that they use across all of their projects.

As a result, you may boast about adopting cutting-edge technology for your projects without the dreadful expenses and difficulties of doing it yourself.

2. Access to Specialized Resources

One of the most significant benefits of outsourcing is having access to a diverse range of specialist resources. Businesses can take advantage of specialised talents, such as developers who specialise in particular technologies, without having to hire them internally, thanks to this arrangement.

Alongside, saving costs such as recruitment, training, and infrastructure.

3. Drive Flexibility & Speed

In business, speed is everything. During the development of your products, as well as during their launch, speed is crucial. Speed, on the other hand, is meaningless without flexibility.

As a result, many outsourcing companies provide an initial test project that allows you to evaluate their job quality. You can even request a one-time project to evaluate their metrics before committing to a long-term agreement and a large investment. These services are provided by outsourcing organisations, which allow you to build your goods without the usual overhead.

Additionally, you get fast-paced, flexible development that can easily match up to market trends and keep you on top of your game.

4. Leverage Professional & Well-established Procedures

Wonderful procedures necessitate great products. You want your outsourcing partner’s processes to be competent if you want to produce some truly great projects. While there are a few exceptions, you will find that many outsourcing businesses nowadays are true professionals that are concerned about your well-being.

In truth, the majority of outsourcing firms now have well-defined engagement models, project workflows, escalation procedures, communication techniques, and, most importantly, well-trained people to handle your jobs.

If you want to ensure that your project is completed successfully, choose an outsourcing partner with professional and dependable development methods that you can rely on to get your product to market faster.

5. Nullify Recruitment Hassles

Even hiring a single employee is a time-consuming, costly, and difficult procedure. Indeed, some companies admit to having doubts about their capacity to discover potential employees with the right blend of talents for their organisation.

But how would you know if a potential applicant has the required skill sets and knowledge if you don’t have a history in IT?

In such cases, choosing a reputable IT development/support partner can help you eliminate your worries by entrusting them to a team competent to make accurate assessments of the skills required to properly manage your IT activities.

6. Free-up Internal Resources

Most start-ups want to save money by assigning IT-related activities to one or more of their employees who have some IT experience. This may appear lucrative at first glance, but I urge you to dig deeper and assess whether the time these folks spend resolving IT issues for the rest of the team while putting their important duties on hold, is worth it.

Outsourcing frees up your resources and allows them to focus on their core responsibilities, allowing your company to expand.

7. Improve Risk management

Working with specialists not only minimises the number of problems but also lowers the chance of the product crashing by ensuring that expert assistance is available in a crisis.

Furthermore, in comparison to a team in a developed country, an outsourced offshore staff may swiftly be fine-tuned to satisfy a soaring demand if you are launching a new product or service offering.

8. Focus on Core Business

Donning numerous hats at the same time is one of the most common mistakes that most businesses do. Small business owners who are also coders, for example, could desire to undertake their development work while running their company. A start-up founder, on the other hand, must do a slew of other things, including developing a network, getting out and selling their products, and cultivating investor ties.

Given the current status of the economy, it is more crucial than ever to concentrate on your company and its customers. Every second counts, so set aside time for things that will help you get your business off the ground and delegate other responsibilities, including the development if necessary.

9. Leverage Value-Added Services

Most outsourcing businesses now offer a variety of extra services that can help your company add value by increasing productivity and efficiency while lowering expenses and risk in times of crisis or daily.

Proactive remote monitoring of your IT network on a 24/7 basis, for example, allows errors and problems to be recognised and corrected before they affect the user, decreasing downtime.

Furthermore, continuous support services like monitoring all software upgrades and preserving the integrity of your network are available to help prevent these issues from occurring in the first place.

10. Lower Operational & Labour Costs

As per an old age saying, It’s all about money. Whatever the advantages, the truth remains that most businesses would not outsource tasks to other countries unless they were saving money, or worse if it was an additional expense.

The largest outsourcing centres are usually third-world countries with a highly educated population, resulting in lower operational and labour expenses. These outsourced personnel, on the other hand, are far less expensive than their counterparts in the first world. Furthermore, third-world countries have substantially lower operational costs than first-world countries.


Outsourcing is frequently thought of solely in terms of cost reductions, but it can do much more than that. Outsourcing can help your company expand by promoting innovation, disrupting your sector, and gaining access to new skill sets that will reposition your company in the market.

Don’t only compare the cost of employing outside contractors against doing a task with your current workforce when analysing how outsourcing can help you expand. Concentrate on the value that a contractor’s expertise brings to your business. Outsourcing can help you innovate, grow, and soar above the competition by allowing you to increase production, promote your business more extensively, or disrupt the way your industry does business.

Finally, you must look for the ideal outsourcing partner for your business needs, just like you would with any vendor. There are no two outsourcing companies alike. To get the most out of your outsourcing partner, make sure your outsourced development team understands exactly what you need them to perform and that you can trust them with your intellectual property.

Look no further than Shergroup as your outsourcing partner. You can trust us with your accounting, IT, recruitment, back-office, security, marketing, and whatever other services you can think of. As your outsourcing partner, we will share your passion and will work with you to ensure that your business services and products are the best versions of themselves.  Contact our friendly business solutions advisors for more information.

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Last updated | 19 July 2023

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