Business Functions That Can Be Easily Outsourced

Many businesses try their best to find ways to save up funds for their business, from downsizing their employees to keeping things in the house. However, while this practice can help with funds, it can disable the company from focusing on essential tasks and seeing more opportunities to boost its business.

If you want your business to grow, outsourcing some of your business functions is an investment you should make. Want to know which functions you should consider for outsourcing?

Here is a shortlist below:


Businesses both big and small can benefit from outsourcing their accounting to a third party they can trust, such as trusting a company to deal with their automate lease management. If you are not familiar with business finance, you may find yourself making some crucial mistakes in your accounting if you do it yourself. With a skilled accountant armed with software for lease accounting, and other relevant areas, you will be able to make the proper checks and balances in your business, saving you money in the process.


If you have a large team, you will need to have a small group dedicated to sorting out the payroll scheme for you and your employees. They will be tasked to check employee leaves, bonuses, loans and tax deductions, which can be hard to manage if you are not familiar with them.


Investing in a manufacturing facility can be very expensive for startup businesses. If you need to manufacture products, you can outsource them temporarily to a reliable manufacturing company that can do them for you in bulk.

IT Management

With many businesses now going online, you should have a reliable IT management team to manage your website and other technical equipment you may have in your facility. A third-party service provider will be on standby to handle your tech issues and assist you with any tech-related projects you have for your business.


If you are selling products to your consumers, whether online or in your brick store, you must have a reliable shipping partner who can handle the logistics. They will be able to streamline deliveries and make sure they are on time. They can also coordinate stocks from your manufacturing facility partner to your store.

Social Media Marketing

Social media sites are perfect places for businesses to promote their products and services and reach out to their target audience. If you outsource your social media marketing function to a social media management agency, they can monitor your sites and help get more followers. They can also reach out to their followers and respond to their messages.

Areas Which You Don’t Like Doing

It would help if you considered outsourcing certain business areas that you find hard to do. For example, if you have a website and a blog has to be updated regularly, a professional blogger can do it for you.

As a business, you should not be afraid to take risks and invest in areas that require professional attention. Use the list above to know which areas you can outsource to a third-party provider so your business can operate smoothly. Once you find the right provider to assist you, focus on the areas you can focus on and let the third party handle the rest.

As an entrepreneur, keeping up with the cost of your business is important. Here are some other ways to sustain your business:
How to Focus on Your Business Goals during Tough Times
10 Tips for Small Businesses during This COVID-19 Crisis
7 Ways You Can Effectively Manage Your Freelancers For Your Business

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15 Comments Add yours

  1. It seems to be more and more common to outsource social media marketing!

    Liked by 3 people

    1. ecohorizons says:

      Because there is more interconnectedness in the world through faster and easier telecommunications nowadays…

      Liked by 3 people

    2. Kally says:

      Yes, indeed.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. sangita_pr says:

    Very informative post. Nice.

    Liked by 3 people

    1. Kally says:

      Thank you so much!


  3. rulookingforjesus says:

    Great work

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Kally says:

      Thank you so much! Have a wonderful day.


      1. rulookingforjesus says:

        Usually as well

        Liked by 1 person

  4. requisite agility and JIT have morphed with the development of the gig economy and especially since the introduction of martial laws. Yet its crucial to think of the sunk costs too… who serves the services and on what terms?

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Kally says:

      Good point that you brought up.


  5. Anonymous says:

    I do see the logic, but as I have been outsourced myself, I really cant agree fully. I was outsiurced as an IT-employee and i know for a fact that the main companys IT got more expensive. Of course due to their own negotiating, but still.

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  6. Nice work on this one!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Kally says:

      So glad you like this one, James.


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