Insourcing assigns a project to a person or department within the company instead of hiring an outside person or company. It utilizes developed resources within the organization to perform tasks or to achieve a goal. For example, an organization might insource technical support for a new product because the company already has existing technical support for another product within the organization.
Outsourcing uses the developed workforce of an outside organization to perform tasks and also the resources of an outside organization for services and manufacturing products. Saving money on costs is typically the motivation for outsourcing work to another company. Industries such as telecommunications, travel, transport, media, and retail often rely on outsourcing to complete important projects or tasks.
- Outsourcing enlists the help of outside organizations not affiliated with the company to complete specific tasks.
Insourcing, on the other hand, is a business practice performed within an organization’s operational infrastructure.
- The organization’s control over operations and decisions will differ depending on whether the company is using outsourcing or insourcing.
- Insourcing generally places new operations and processes on-site within the organization, while outsourcing involves an outside organization that is separate from the primary organization’s operations.
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