With your remote team, you get the freedom to hire your own team, build your own processes, and use tools and technologies of your choice.
If you’ve been pondering over the idea of outsourcing your IT operations, you’re not alone!
From the start of software development, IT outsourcing has been a common practice for organizations around the world, so much so that the global market size of outsourced services today is $85.6 billion. Organizations big and small, often resort to outsourcing, because of the long-standing experience and expertise that outsourcing partners bring to the table!
This is especially true in the age of digital transformation, where organizations need to respond to market changes as soon as possible to drive innovation or stand the risk of being wiped out. Businesses are driving their efforts in improving their operational efficiencies to meet (and exceed) customer expectations quickly. It is. Therefore, crucial for them to resort to practices that can help them achieve their goals with ease.
The Battle of Outsourcing vs. Own Remote Teams
In a world where customers’ demand for new products, features, and versions is constantly growing, the importance of accelerated time to market is palpable. With millions of outsourcing partners flourishing across the world, organizations often embrace the outsourcing model to ensure the demands of their customers are met with precision.
However, despite all the hullabaloo about IT outsourcing, for most organizations, building their own remote team works wonders. With your own team, you can enjoy the ease, scalability, and cost savings of your own IT model. You can maintain better control over your dedicated remote team, while also deciding what infrastructure to build, what resources to place, and what tools to use. In short, you can have your very own low-cost "remote" employee base.
Let’s take a look at both these models and see which one works in which situations. Here we have tried to compare the two models across various criteria.
Although outsourcing has been synonymous with software development, the model may not always work for everyone.
For organizations with very specific requirements, for those who need greater control over their teams, and for startups who look to keep costs to a minimum, building your own remote team proves to be far more beneficial. Not only can you save costs, but you can also efficiently manage all your resources, and make changes to your teams as and when required.
If you’re looking to become more competitive, more efficient, and more capable, having your own remote team is the most flexible, efficient, scalable, and cost-effective option you have at hand. Let’s connect to discuss more.