Many businesses around the world have switched to advanced software solutions to better meet client expectations, optimize and streamline internal operations, and embrace innovation as a result of the Covid-19 epidemic, which has provoked an unprecedented growth in digitization operations.
Nonetheless, challenges such as high costs and a lack of local software engineering expertise, as well as strong competition for quick time-to-market, force many businesses to turn to IT outsourcing as a viable solution for overcoming obstacles and staying competitive.Read more
In our previous article, we have rounded up the most common myths about outsourcing, but unfortunately, there are more!
As promised, we are back with other outsourcing misconceptions.
Myth: Offshoring means outsourcing > the confusion between these 2 concepts
Being 2 different things, it’s very important to clear up the terms.
Many have heard of outsourcing, but many are also uninformed about it. We are not surprised that over time people judged outsourcing based on the misconceptions they’ve heard from other people, not based on facts. Thus, numerous opinions have generated lots of terrifying myths about how dangerous or unhealthy is outsourcing for a company.
We’ve figured out that myths and false information never rest, and even in the world of outsourcing they exist.
Here are 5 of them that we’ve debunked: