For the Impact Sourcing industry, the benefits of Business Process Outsourcing business on economically challenged areas are clear. For this to be achieved, ISSPs are tasked with the role of building confidence in outsourcing on a global basis. But how do ISSPs convince new businesses to try outsourcing for their own valuable projects?
Deliver on Time
The reputation of Impact Sourcing hinges on the performance that ISSPs provide as the industry continues to grow.
For this reason, it is imperative that businesses take on an amount of work that they can handle because unreliability often leads to clients thinking of you as incompetent.
Once an ISSP has established a good reputation with delivery, it becomes easy to approach and attract business.
ISSPs should regularly document successful recruiting and training efforts. This can be done through photo sharing on social media sites and their own websites. These photos reflect a business’ work history, accomplishments, successes, growth trends and future prospects. In this way, the level of impact is easily measured and (or) established.
Many businesses equate “outsourcing” with tasks like data entry, but ISSPs are venturing into new territory. As you source workers to fulfill business needs, consider tasks that fall outside the box and pitch those tasks to businesses. Tasks like monitoring social media posts for trends or researching the competition can easily be outsourced to well-trained workers.
Turn Ideas into Action
As U.K’s Outsource Magazine points out, many organizations have more ideas than resources. Outsourcing provides a platform to turn these ideas over to ISSPs who put them into action which is then followed by visible results. These results should be consistently provided to then demonstrate the value of outsourcing.
ISSPs are seeing Impact Sourcing grow as an industry. But there are still steps to be taken to see widespread adoption. By providing tangible results on a consistent basis, ISSPs can help Impact Sourcing continue to thrive.