Classic outsourcing was first used in the early 90s by Kodak, which decided to transfer management of its IT infrastructure to IBM consultants. Thus, Kodak focused on its core business, receiving a guaranteed quality of information support for business processes.
Today, according to Global Research, the main incentives for outsourcing certain IT functions are cost optimization, complicating business processes and the company's desire to focus on core business. This is understandable: outsourcing provides real savings, the ability to reorient your own resources to develop and maintain core business processes, transfer routine operations to professionals who have extensive experience and the required competencies. In particular, our company is a recognized leader in providing outsourcing services for administering the entire stack of software products - from databases and operating systems of various vendors to expert support of business applications.