Outsourcing has become a competitive tool and a factor in the rapid development of companies.
Companies have used outsourcing initially for non-strategic activities (cleaning, catering, security, etc.), but given its efficiency and effectiveness, this approach has developed over time to include more sensitive functions.
We speak of outsourcing when a company decides to entrust the management of part of its commercial activity to an external expert.
Originally, outsourcing was used for non-strategic activities (cleaning, catering, security, etc.), but it became more widespread over the time to involve more sensitive functions such as the information system, human resources, logistics, marketing and sales. Nowadays, outsourcing enjoys a very positive image and becomes a real strategic choice. It has become one of the means of competitiveness and a good factor of rapid development of companies.
The first interest is to allow the company to refocus on its core business and its development strategy. This is even more true when it comes to a SME whose resources are often very limited and internal skills less developed.
Whatever the business idea, it needs to be improved and repositioned to ensure its sustainability. It is therefore for the entrepreneur to focus on its true strategic priorities of competitiveness, instead of seeking to perform in all functions of society. Outsourcing is also a good lever for creating value, in a constantly changing economic environment. The faster the evolution of the company's market, the better the use of an external expert. Thus Outsourcing saves your time and makes you focus on your rapid growth. It saves time in the deployment of the strategy, through the establishment of a flexible and efficient organization, able to anticipate any increases or decreases in activity; all with a very great control of operational costs and leading to productivity gains.
We therefore focus on the CORE business, the lack of in-house expertise, the reduction of costs and the efficiency of the internal teams.