What is Outsourcing - Definition

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omar bekhiet
accounting manger, Egypt

What is Outsourcing - Definition

Is the management or day-to-day execution of an entire business function by a third-party service provider. Outsourced services may by provided on or off premises in the same country, or in a separate country.
Outsourcing enables a company to focus on its core business rather than having to be concerned with marginal activities.

  Tarek Kazma, Lebanon
 

What is Outsourcing?

Outsourcing is composed of two words, "out" and "source".
Out refers to away from, and
source is supply.
So its one of the methods that huge companies rely on when they need outside help in employment, management, development... This will actually reduce cost, focus on core business, implement new ideas from outsiders...

  D P BABU
Strategy Consultant, India
 

Outsourcing Definition

Outsourcing is purchasing services on a package basis. The contract urges on financial terms rather than any other relationship.

  sebb
Management Consultant, Germany
 

The Meaning of Outcourcing

@Tarek Kazma: Outsourcing comes from "outside resource using". ;)....

 

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