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Outsourcing vs. Offshoring - Why should I consider an offshore resource?

Updated: Aug 10, 2023

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Outsourcing occurs when a company contracts a specific process out to a third party, finding someone who specializes in whatever needs to be done. Offshoring happens when businesses send in-house jobs overseas. Both may save a company money, but only offshoring specifically means sending jobs out of the country.

Spotlight on offshoring. Over the past decade, countries like the Philippines and Vietnam have become popular offshoring destinations for American, Australian, Canadian and European businesses. Thanks to significantly lower living costs, labor costs are up to 70% lower than at home. High quality offshore teams, not only help reduce costs, but you also improve efficiency and quality, further adding to your long-term bottom line. It’s your team. With offshore resource, you have full visibility and control, without having to worry about facilities, operations and regulations.

So, why should you consider offshoring? There are several key benefits. These include:

  • A full-time, dedicated extension to your team seamlessly integrated into your business

  • Selecting and training your staff from credentialed candidates, so the hiring and onboarding process is in your hands

  • Full control over your team’s processes, tasks, KPIs and service quality

  • Simple, transparent costs

  • Works well for roles that can be performed via computer programs or over the phone

TSARSI's unique staffing approach offers a coherent integration process and allows us to start customizing our offshoring solutions to meet the individual needs of your organization.

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