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It's actually now really easy to find well educated, highly motivated administrationoffice workers who will happily work for $120 a week. The challenge is how do you find, engage, transfer your knowledge, and then manage them.
Those who perfect building an Offshore team are meeting the competition challenge – if you ignore this great opportunity - you will be left behind.
Employing in countries with low wages is not a new concept, it's been happening for over 20 years. The change is NOW small, even micro businesses can use Offshoring to lift their competing edge.
20 years ago this was the domain of the big Corporate Companies. They outsourced their structured back office processes. An Industry developed, servicing this need. This third party provider ran very structured systems, providing the end "solution" to a set of KPI's.
The development of Cloud solutions has allowed micro and small business to get in on the action as well.
Initially these smaller businesses, predominantly consisting of Industry clusters like Accounting and Engineering (and others) used the providers that the Corporates were outsourcing to. They were used to ONLY working with very structured processes. In most cases it didn’t work. If you ask the industry they will say the smaller businesses lacked robust systems. If you ask those who tried it they will say their concerns were ignored, that they were the small fish - in any event it all got wobbly and "outsourcing" got a bad name.
12 years ago Philadelphia Phillies Women's Jersey , online portals like oDesk (founded 2003) emerged. They allowed fast, low cost engagement of virtual workers, often home based individuals. The quality of workmanship varied. Savvy business owners developed effective "tests" to sort the poor workmanship from the good. Today many still use this great resource. As of December 2012, oDesk had 2.7 million freelancers and 540,000 clients worldwide (Wikipedia 2012).
But there was an issue. Some small and medium business owners wanted more. They recognised virtual home based workers are not as effective as a team of workers in one office space - sharing and together developing the business. The business owners wanted to build whole teams on one office space, often with their own company culture. They wanted the job positions of accounts payable & receivable, back office administration, marketing processes, even teams of their particular industry specialty, etc - and all on one office space - sharing knowledge and experiences together. The key to productivity is in developing and sharing - tacit knowledge.