While outsourcing some of your company’s processes would definitely help you in the long run, you should take into account the fact that you should first lay a foundation for it. It would not be a very successful venture if you go in half-heartedly and suddenly expect that you will find success in it. When it comes to laying the foundation for outsourcing, you would have to consider a couple of aspects. These are the people who are part of your current staff and your current office's technological infrastructure. By adjusting these two things to handle outsourcing, you would be able to have a smoother time when it comes to the actual implementation of it. Technological Infrastructure: The thing that you would have to understand about outsourcing is that it is highly reliant on the technology. This is especially true for offshore outsourcing, as your primary means of working with each other would usually rely on the internet. As such, you should ensure that your current office would already have the necessary IT aspects covered when trying to implement outsourcing. This means ensuring that you have a good internet connection, computers capable of handling software, as well as IT/network administrators to ensure that your computers would always be functional. Adjusting the people’s mindset: You should also adjust your current staff’s mindset to become more accepting of the changes that are in the way. It would be best to hold conferences to inform them of your expectations and what they can do to make the partnership with your outsourcing partners work. Lastly, you may want to assure them that your outsourcing endeavors are not meant to replace them in the long run but rather supplement the job they are already doing. One of the most common causes of disenfranchisement with the idea is that they believe that outsourcing would be taking over their current jobs.