Significant, immediate benefits can be achieved through outsourcing technical services.
Reduce Compensation Costs by 80-90%.
ExDigita’s technical professionals typically cost 80-90% less than equivalent staff in markets like the US, CA, EU, and AU on a total annual expense basis. This 80% in typical savings doesn’t include recruitment, relocation, management, or training expenses. So actual total savings are likely to be more.
Let your competitors bid for high-priced local market tech talent while you get equivalent work done at cost savings of 80% or more, while also saving on rent (fewer on-site employees), IT equipment and other expenses that increase with on-site head count.
The huge savings achieved through outsourcing technical work can be invested into other areas that grow your business, such as marketing, R&D, sales staff, etc. Saving on technical work can help your company grow top line revenues.
Focus on Core Competencies
Using outsourced technical staff often enables companies to focus on their core competencies.
Technology changes quickly, and your technical staffing needs can also change quickly. Outsourcing technical work helps convert fixed costs into variable costs. Pay for what you need, when you need it. Avoid the expense, potential legal risks, and bad PR of layoffs and downsizing.
Enable Smaller Businesses to Compete with Larger Competitors
Most smaller businesses can’t afford to compete with larger competitors using the same staffing strategies and tactics. Smaller businesses need to work smarter and get more out of their relatively limited budget. Outsourcing helps small companies be more competitive by giving them access to technology staff and expertise that they might otherwise not be able to afford. It might not be practical for a smaller company to hire a full-time Affiliate Marketer or AdOps professional. But it might make a lot of sense for them to engage such a person for a certain number of hours per month via outsourcing.
Is your company interested in realizing the benefits listed above?