3 Outsourcing Trends For 2018 Your Business Shouldn’t Miss

March 14, 2018Manhattan Tech Support

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Outsourcing is becoming an increasingly common practice among businesses of all sizes. However, as is the case with various business functions, there are certain trends that are coming and going as technology develops. Staying on top of the latest outsourcing trends can help your business optimize its efficiency and stay one step ahead of the competition. Here are just a few outsourcing trends for 2018 that your business should know about.

Content Marketing

There are many aspects of digital marketing that have varied between coming and going trends, but content marketing is just one trend experts say is here to stay in 2018. Content marketing is often easier to outsource because it doesn’t require full-time work, and more importantly, it helps any given business nurture leads and grow its overall online presence. Experts say that about 75% of businesses outsource their content marketing in some way.

Payroll

For some businesses, outsourcing payroll is a more affordable and efficient way of getting the job done. You don’t need to hire a full-time accountant to make sure the job is done right; there are many services that have proven themselves reliable and affordable alternatives to onsite accountants and payroll employees.

Business Computer Support

There’s a reason why the managed security services market is expected to almost double by 2020, from $17.02 billion to $33.68 billion. Reliable IT management is a necessity for all businesses, considering the fact that over half (55%) of small to medium-sized businesses were victims of cyber attacks within the last 12 months. Instead of hiring one or more full-time computer consultants, it often makes much more sense to invest in a managed services provider to take care of essential IT housekeeping tasks such as computer network maintenance, security, and more. It’s much cheaper to invest in a managed services provider than to end up paying the price for a data breach. In fact, in companies of all sizes, 61% of companies cited ROI as a reason for using an MSP.

Ultimately, the number of devices that connect to the internet is expected to rise from about 13 billion to 50 billion by 2020. Understanding these outsourcing trends is the key to optimizing your business. For more information about outsourcing it management and computer consultants, contact Manhattan Tech Support.

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