When you’re a business owner, it can be tough to take a step back and let someone else take over working on any part of your business. Delegating is an important part of running a business. You can’t do everything yourself, and without letting someone else help, you won’t have time for actually running your company. If you’re not in a position to hire full-time staff, then out-sourcing can be a great solution. But what is worth out-sourcing?

IT Support

One of the easiest things to outsource is your IT, from companies like Midwest Data Center. An in-house IT person is fine for everyday issues, like getting locked out of your email, but bringing in managed IT services as well is a great way to keep your business growing. They can do tasks like managing your network, data security, and data recovery. With professional IT companies, you’ll be able to get access to all their tools and programs. Keeping up with new tools and tech can be tough, but not if you hire an expert who already knows about them.   

Customer Service

If you’re finding it tough to handle all your customer service calls and emails, then you can out-source this too. How much help do you need? You could hire someone who offers receptionist services and have them answer and direct calls around the company for you, or bring in a company who will take on all your customer service needs. Look for a company with expertise in your industry, and you’ll have the phones answered round the clock by someone knowledgeable. 


It’s essential that you keep your accounts in good order. If you don’t, it can be easy to get into a mess, with people unpaid, and a tax return you’ve no idea where to start with. You could hire a finance team for the company, or out-source it. This can be very useful for smaller businesses, who might not need help all the time. For example, hire a freelance accountant once a year to help you file your tax return. 


Need someone to help you organize your calendar and handle your admin tasks? Hire a virtual assistant. They’re much cheaper than a regular assistant, as you don’t need to give them an office, but they can offer all the same support, from booking your meetings to answering your calls. VAs are often freelancers, which usually means very flexible contracts. This means if you need some extra help for a very busy period at the company, you can bring one on in only when you need more help than usual. 

Graphic Design

Good graphic design is a big part of marketing and your brand identity, from business cards to packaging. You might not have enough work to justify a full-time employee, so outsourcing to a freelancer or a company can be a better idea. You can get great-looking, professional design whenever you need it, without the expense of a full-time member of staff.


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