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FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions

Q – How to Choose an Outsource Company?

A – When you hire an outsourcing company, you are essentially choosing a partner for your business. The vendor should work in harmony with your business and have the same type of work ethic and dedication to success.

  • Don’t wait until you need help. Now would be a good time to find out about outsourcing resources and who has the kind of expertise your company requires.
  • Be clear about what you want outsourcing to accomplish. Communicate projects, expectations, fees and timelines to your vendor.
  • Use a company to help you find the talent you need. Check out several companies yourself.
  • Look for flexible organizations capable of harnessing many talents.
  • Identify people/organizations who have worked remotely before.
  • Technology matters. In addition to email, high speed web access, etc., is the technology of the outsource company secure with built-in redundancy in case a file gets lost?
  • Price isn’t everything. Ask for referrals and if possible, demo the product or service before buying.

Outsourcing is no longer about cutting costs and saving money. It is about how to do things quicker, more efficiently, getting to the market faster than your competitors, maximizing workforce flexibility and gaining access to highly qualified employees. Outsourcing is becoming one of the most significant business trends of this decade.

 

Q – Will I “lose control” if I outsource?

A -  Defiantly NOT.  It’s your business and you make all the decisions.  The difference is that with outsourcing, you have the tools and information you need to make the RIGHT decisions.  You will actually experience an increased control in your business.

 

Q – My business is financially struggling.  How can I justify “outsourcing”?

A -  If your business is having financial struggles, you can’t afford to wait to get control of your books.  You need to know immediately where you stand with cash flow, how you will cover payroll cost, and how you will cover tax liabilities.  More importantly, you have to know where you need to cut your expenses to cover these cost.