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  • Outsourcing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outsourcing

    In business, outsourcing is the contracting out of a business process to a third-
    party. The term "outsourcing" became popular in the United States near the turn
    of ...

  • Outsourcing Definition | Investopedia

    http://www.investopedia.com/terms/o/outsourcing.asp

    Outsourcing is an effective cost-saving strategy when used properly. It is
    sometimes more affordable to purchase a good from companies with
    comparative ...

  • Outsourcing Institute

    http://www.outsourcing.com/ - 33 minutes ago

    Finance and Accounting Outsourcing Re-Contracting. Finance & Accounting
    Outsourcing - FAO by Outsourcing.com News Editor ...

  • How to Build a Better Business with Outsourcing - Entrepreneur

    http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/204652

    The owner of Legal Marketing Maven--a firm that helps law firms streamline their
    practices through outsourcing--Sparks practiced what she preached from the ...

  • Outsourced | NBC - NBC.com

    http://www.nbc.com/classic-tv/outsourced

    "Outsourced" is NBC's new workplace comedy series centered around a catalog-
    based company, Mid America Novelties, that sells American novelty goods ...

  • Outsource | Define Outsource at Dictionary.com

    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/outsource

    (of a company or organization) to purchase (goods) or subcontract (services)
    from an outside supplier or source. 2. to contract out (jobs, services, etc.): a small
     ...

  • IAOP :: International Association of Outsourcing Professionals

    http://www.iaop.org/

    Welcome to IAOP. IAOP® is the global, standard-setting association and
    advocate for outsourcing professionals and the organizations they support.

  • Outsourced (2006) - IMDb

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0425326/

    ... Asif Basra, Matt Smith. After his entire department is outsourced, an American
    novelty products salesman (Hamilton) heads to India to train his replacement.

  • Outsourcing Center - The Resource for Actionable Outsourcing Insight

    http://outsourcing-center.com/

    Outsourcing continues to be a huge and multi-dimensional industry all by itself. In
    India alone, over 2.8M people work in outsourcing providing services to the US ...

  • Outsource - Merriam-Webster Online

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/outsource - 12 hours ago

    to send away (some of a company's work) to be done by people outside the
    company. Full Definition of OUTSOURCE. transitive verb. : to procure (as some ...