In case you haven’t been able to tell, I am a major proponent of software outsourcing. I only say so because it has made such a nice effect on my businesses. The effect has been completely positive, which was strange, because I had heard a lot of bad things about Outsourcing in the past. I had heard some strange myths, saying that it would negatively impact the employee attitude around the office. In my experience, Outsourcing has always done the exact opposite. If it’s done correctly, Outsourcing is a great way of alleviating, or eliminating, the worst tasks from the office, and instead of allocating them to a specialist who can do them in a very good way. As a manager, I am very high on the idea of allowing each employee to exercise their core competency as much as possible. In a workplace setting, that is a very utopian point of view, and I realize that it’s never going to fully happen. But if we can make it happen more often, and cultivate an environment where it occurs more regularly naturally, I believe that employees will be in a better mood, and productivity will see significant levels of increasing. This is just my experience talking, but I always see that when core competencies are allowed to thrive, workplace environments and moral goes up significantly. When you take away the thing that is making people unhappy at work, and put that responsibility into the hands of an outside, 3rd party organization who specializes in doing it well, you’re adding immense layers of value to your organization– immense layers. If you’re refusing to do that, I think you’re just being stubborn. There is no reason to ignore a Surefire way to create more profit within your organization. If you’re not sure what to give to Outsourcing, then ask a professional consultant.