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[Discuss] core competency

> From: at [mailto:discuss-
> at] On Behalf Of Grant M.
> So I've only read the most recent posts, but I think there are two different
> ways of looking at this:
> 1. Outsourcing to save money (this seems to be the most common)
> 2. Outsourcing for expertise.

Of course, when you outsource for expertise, you're really outsourcing to save money.  Because you get somebody part-time or temporary instead of hiring a fulltime person for that role.  At least ... I find in sales for my own services, that's one of the most compelling points to pitch to potential customers.

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