Domestic Outsourcing

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What is Domestic Outsourcing?

Domestic outsourcing, or more commonly referred to as onshore outsourcing, is a strategic form of business process outsourcing where a company outsources its business functions to a third-party provider located in the same country where the business is headquartered. Back office functions like customer service, IT operations, and accounting are usually the roles outsourced to these third-party providers.

Domestic outsourcing keeps a company’s core team focused on their main responsibilities, and it reduces the worry for additional employees’ equipment, benefits, office space, and so forth. It also helps save on costs, while hiring an outsourced dedicated team with the right educational backgrounds for the job.

Domestic outsourcing vs offshore outsourcing

Offshore outsourcing is the complete opposite of domestic outsourcing. It is the other form of strategic solution that refers to when a company outsources its business functions to a third party provider located in a far-off country, most commonly Southeast Asia.

The top outsourcing destinations in Asia include the Philippines, India, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore.

 

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