|It might be too costly to maintain your own IT department or
don't have a IT department, IT outsourcing is your ultimate
No mater how big or small you company is, we could
customize our package to fit your needs.
Outsourcing includes but are not
Network setup & maintenance
DNS, email services
development & maintenance
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Development & maintenance
Software Development & maintenance
Benefits of IT Outsourcing:
Do what you do best and let us do what we do best. New systems
have to be developed while existing ones need to be maintained
or enhanced. Staffing up to achieve everything can be costly.
Sacrificing one initiative for the other can hurt business.
Reduce operational costs by over 75%:
The current focus is on cutting expenses. However, the level of
required work still needs to be maintained to generate revenue.
to market quickly:
Your competitors face the same challenges of cutting costs while
Control capital costs.
Cost-cutting may not be the only reason to outsource,
but it's certainly a major factor. Outsourcing converts
fixed costs into variable costs, releases capital for
investment elsewhere in your business, and allows you to
avoid large expenditures in the early stages of your
business. Outsourcing can also make your firm more
attractive to investors, since you're able to pump more
capital directly into revenue-producing activities
Increase efficiency. Companies that do
everything themselves have much higher research,
development, marketing and distribution expenses, all of
which must be passed on to customers. An outside
provider's cost structure and economy of scale can give
your firm an important competitive advantage.
Reduce labor costs. Hiring and training staff
for short-term or peripheral projects can be very
expensive, and temporary employees don't always live up
to your expectations. Outsourcing lets you focus your
human resources where you need them most.
Start new projects quickly. A good outsourcing
firm has the resources to start a project right away.
Handling the same project in house might involve taking
weeks or months to hire the right people, train them and
provide the support they need. And if a project requires
major capital investments (such as building a series of
distribution centers), the startup process can be even
Focus on your core business. Every business
has limited resources, and every manager has limited
time and attention. Outsourcing can help your business
to shift its focus from peripheral activities toward
work that serves the customer, and it can help managers
set their priorities more clearly.
Level the playing field. Most small firms
simply can't afford to match the in-house support
services that larger companies maintain. Outsourcing can
help small firms act "big" by giving them access to the
same economies of scale, efficiency and expertise that
large companies enjoy.
Reduce risk. Every business investment carries
a certain amount of risk. Markets, competition,
government regulations, financial conditions and
technologies all change very quickly. Outsourcing
providers assume and manage this risk for you, and they
generally are much better at deciding how to avoid risk
in their areas of expertise.