Software outsourcing has become an essential part of the modern international business world. I think it would be foolish to say that you would not use such a thing, as these tools have ways of becoming very effective within all sorts of businesses of all sizes. I think that all businesses can improve with their minds open to involve software Outsourcing. Even businesses that have a great staff, if that staff is busy, and a new project comes in which requires software engineering or programming, sometimes it will still be essential that this work goes to a third party, as to not disturb the current momentum the the current staff is working within. I think that this is the kind of thing, the sort of intangible, that is not always recognize, but is absolutely essential for a business to keep track of if it is going to profit and remain efficient and effective in its working patterns. So, I think that outsourcing has a place in almost any business, especially because a lot of businesses that I see and work with, don’t actually have a very viable IT component to their staff. Basically, I think that there will always be some kind of benefit to looking at your operations and seeing if anything can be improved by Outsourcing. It doesn’t really cost anything, even though it seems like it does. My theory is that with the time saved by allocating certain responsibilities to specialist, you cannot allow your employees to focus on their core competencies and gained the most value from their work. So, this way, everybody involved is working at a higher level, including your third-party Specialists who are working on a project that is basically granted to them because of their expertise. You would have a very hard time convincing me that this is going to depreciate from the value of your organization.