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The pressure of the benefit of any company or companies around the world are divided. These pressures are involved and the impact of almost all Council decisions at lower management. A decision has been so popular, the profitability of the controversy was the idea of outsourcing certain services and manufacturing activities in another country. The company continues to go this route, because of low labor costs in other underdeveloped regions of the world. However, using a fast-growing trend for companies, business process outsourcing, BPO, sending business such as accounting, human resources, supply chain, and call centers abroad and other continents (Schwartz). This new trend towards outsourcing has an impact, positive or negative, on their business, American jobs and ultimately consumers.
For businesses, the decision to outsource part of their business processes in a win-win to reach, including the reduction of costs at the reception, in most cases, a first class service (Gibson) . That may be because the BPO in parts of the world where labor costs can still be found were used and the number of qualified firms in these areas has increased. Many experts predict that BPO to grow at an average annual rate of 10.9 percent in the years to come. This would mean global BPO is expected to increase by about one billion dollars in sales over the next 5 years (Gibson). However, there are some negative aspects, which, with benefits. This can be set up at sea a few years to catch up and fully stabilized (Gibson). This process is slower for tasks such as finding the right skilled workers, attracting interest and acceptance of the client’s home, and perhaps the host government (Schwartz). Even if the outsourcing project fails or is not executed as planned, the company may have to withdraw from the project. This is the great danger of outsourcing, which could end up with millions of dollars in sunk costs. Read the rest of this entry »