The ‘make or buy’ method of filling your business needs.
“Outsourcing is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re gonna get,” could have been a line from Winston Grooms’ 1986 novel “Forrest Gump.” While businesses consider the idea of working with outsourced partners, many don’t know how much they should be paying for what they are receiving and how to ensure that they are getting value for the money they are spending.
Your job, as a business leader, is to increase your company’s profit. Bottom line. That means that your best interest is in focusing on the things that move you closer to profitability, which is the production, sale and delivery of profitable goods and services. When you have to focus on other things, such as administrative tasks, marketing, etc., you are effectively taking your eye off the ball. If you are a growing company, you know how essential each moment you have is; time is not forgiving and wasted time cannot be refunded.