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Making IT outsourcing work for smaller enterprises

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2 Author(s)
Pistole, L.L. ; North Carolina State Univ., USA ; Bragg, A.W.

Small and midsize enterprises - those with fewer than 100 employees - make up 95 percent of all US companies, and they collectively employ more than a third of the country's workforce. For companies of this size - and for regional and branch offices of large companies - deciding whether to outsource IT services can be a daunting task. Does IT outsourcing make sense for smaller firms? Done wisely, it can lower costs, focus in-house staff and eliminate wasted capacity.

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IT Professional  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 4 )