I think that outsourcing is a very overlooked way of getting things done in a way that cultivates efficiency and Effectiveness. Productivity is talked about as if it is prioritize, but whenever I see companies that don’t I would source that aspects of their business that are creating inefficiency and health and productivity comma I have to give my head a shake. Seriously, I don’t think that this is the kind of thing that should be taken lightly. It’s hard to profit, and productivity is the best way to ensure that you are on the right track. So, when there are these little road blocks that continue to get in the way of productivity and nobody is doing anything about it, no proactive action is being taken, like Outsourcing, I can’t really sympathize with that business says that they’re not finding a way to make as much money if they would like. Yes, call it harsh, but I have no sympathy for anybody that refuses to Outsource things that they need to get done. I find it this manifests most specifically with programming and software engineering needs, where people either hire someone full-time when their business does not constitute having a full-time software engineer on staff, or they try to overburden people to perform complex programming needs, when either their team is too small or they just don’t have the right technical capabilities to achieve the vision with the most success. Brutal. Absolutely brutal. So I think that if you are needing to get stuff done, you have no excuse not to be considering Outsourcing. From my perspective, software development outsourcing is very important to work with Outsourcing a lot of the time, I think. Maybe that’s just my humble opinion, but I’m pretty sure the math backs me up on this one. Analyzed data seems to suggest that I’m right.