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Your 2023 Outsourcing Resolutions

Outsourcing Resolutions

Do you have any resolutions for your small or medium-sized business as we move into 2023? If you don't, there's one you should think about- outsourcing! 

It's easier than ever to outsource tasks unrelated to your core competencies, and you can save a lot of money by doing so! Read on for more outsourcing tips.

1. Server Colocation

As your business grows, so does your need for server space. But keeping your servers in-house means buying a redundant energy source and paying extra for air conditioning to keep the computers from overheating.

Instead of building your own particular facility, why not choose colocation? Colocation allows you to pay a flat monthly fee for physical server space in someone else's building.

Facilities like the ServerMania London Colocation centre are less expensive than you might think. This tier 4 facility will stay cool, no matter the weather, and is secured 24/7 with security guards and cameras. And a support team is on-site to help troubleshoot issues, too.

No matter what facility you choose, having a data centre in London means you are well-equipped to help customers in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. And if you have DDoS protection and enough bandwidth, you can take on the world.

2. Content Writing

Your business has a website, a couple of social media feeds, and maybe a blog. Who's writing all that content? If it's someone on your team, is that really the best use of their time?

If writing isn't a core competency of your business, why not hire an SEO or digital marketing firm to take care of content writing? Keeping up with SEO guidelines, trending vocabulary, and consumer-relevant topics takes a lot of time and energy, but it doesn't have to be your time and energy.

Many marketing firms offer packages that incorporate SEO, content writing, web design, and social media marketing. Good firms will also work with you to customize your plan.

3. Bookkeeping 

Unless you're an accounting firm, you might not have a lot of good accountants on staff. So why not hire an outside firm to keep track of your company's books?

Your accounting needs will also change as your business grows and matures. If you keep accounting in-house, your staff may need to be adequate to keep up with the changes. When you use a more prominent firm with a more diverse team, you can feel confident that all your accounting needs are met.

Mistakes regarding tax and financial transparency can cost your company money and ruin your reputation. Keep things safe by relying on the resources of a bigger company.

Additionally, an independent assessment of your financial situation can be beneficial. Companies may trust you more, and you may be better equipped for a financial audit.

4. Payroll

Payroll can still be a nightmare even if you only have one or two employees. You have to ensure you're paying employees correctly, paying taxes properly, paying your pension obligations properly, and more!

If you're adding more staff in 2023 or are just tired of doing payroll yourself, consider moving to a payroll management company. They have the resources and the capital to ensure everything's done right.

The change was the only constant in 2022 when it came to UK tax schemes and hiring systems. 2023 probably won't be much different. Get yourself out of the payroll business and back into your core competency.

Final Thoughts

Make 2023 the year you get back to business basics. Whether finding a secure place for your servers or moving bookkeeping duties off your plate, partnering with other businesses can help make you more streamlined and profitable!

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