It's a no brainer... Outsourcing helps in leaps and bounds. This has been proven time and time again. Look at any function in an outsourced organization, and you will see how outsourcing is giving companies a leading edge.

Here are the Top 32 Reasons for outsourcing your IT functions:

1) By outsourcing, you can:
2) Reduce overheads, free up resources
3) Minimize capital expenditure
4) Eliminate investment in fixed infrastructure
5) Offload non-core functions
6) Redirect energy and personnel into the core business
7) Free your executive team from day-to-day process problems
8) Focus scarce resources on mission-critical projects
9) Get access to specialized skills
10) Reduce need for internal commitment of specialists
11) Save on manpower and training costs
12) Control operating costs
13) Improve efficiencies through economies of scale
14) Improve speed and service
15) Level out cyclical or seasonal fluctuations
16) Eliminate peak staffing problems
17) Provide the best quality services, products and people
18) Be reliable and innovative
19) Provide value-added services
20) Increase customer satisfaction
21) Establish long-term, strategic relationships with world-class service providers to gain a competitive edge
22) Enhance tactical and strategic advantages
23) Focus on strategic thinking, process reengineering and managing customer relationships
24) Benefit from the provider's expertise in solving problems for a variety of clients with similar requirements.
25) Obtain needed project management and implementation consulting expertise
26) Acquire access to best practices and proven methodologies
27) Spread your risks
28) Avoid the cost of chasing technology
29) Leverage the provider's extensive investments in technology, methodologies and people
30) Reduce the risk of technological obsolescence
31) Increase efficiency by consolidating and centralizing functions
32) Keep pace and minimize the impact of rapid changes in technology without changing your infrastructure
33) Reduce the overall management burden while retaining control of strategic decision making.