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Outsourcing is a process where one business hires another, or an independent contractor, to perform work or complete tasks on their behalf. It is most often done when a business does not have the internal expertise or time to complete a required item necessary for forward progress.

An outsourcing relationship can be formed domestically or internationally. International outsourcing may sometimes be referred to as “offshoring.”

Every business responds to the pros and cons of outsourcing in a different way. Many brands look to outsource specific tasks which take up a lot of their time. Some look to outsource specialty tasks because there is no internal knowledge about what to do. When these relationships are correctly formed, the benefits are often immediate.

List of the Pros of Outsourcing

1. You do not need to hire more people. 
Outsourcing does not require the costs of hiring an employee. You are certainly paying someone to complete the work for you when you outsource. What you get as a benefit here is the removal of benefit costs. Independent contractors or outsourcing firms don’t have the costs of healthcare insurance, vacation days, and similar benefits that come out of the pockets of your business. There are fewer training costs as well.

2. You gain access to immediate talent.
When you hire locally, you only have access to local talent. Even if you receive applications from a different state or province, you’re still forced to screen those applications to determine if there is enough skill and talent for your open position. By choosing to outsource your work, you gain immediate access to the exact skills you require. That person can be located in any part of the world, providing you with the specialized help you need for the short- or long-term.