Outsourcing can be a financially sound strategy for businesses seeking to reduce costs and improve efficiency. By outsourcing non-core activities, companies can often access specialized skills and knowledge at a lower cost than if they were to hire and train employees in-house.

Furthermore, outsourcing can help companies reduce their fixed costs, such as salaries, benefits, and overhead, and instead pay for services on an as-needed basis. This can free up capital that can be invested in core business functions, such as research and development, marketing, and sales.

However, it is important to carefully evaluate the costs and benefits of outsourcing before making a decision. There may be hidden costs, such as the cost of managing and coordinating outsourced services, as well as the risk of quality control issues or loss of control over key business functions. Additionally, outsourcing may not always result in cost savings or efficiency improvements, particularly if the outsourced services are not well-matched to the company’s needs or if there are cultural or language barriers when outsourcing internationally.

Should we outsource our project?

Well the above clearly answers and says it depends and can be the right way to deal with a project sometimes.


What about air conditioners? Should we buy branded or assembled ones?

The components of an air conditioner, such as the compressor, evaporator, condenser, refrigerant lines, etc., are designed to work together in a specific way to achieve optimal cooling performance. And as such assembled ones can be good or very bad depending on the assembler as such.

While some components, such as the air handler or air filter, may be replaceable by users, the majority of the components require professional installation and should only be assembled by trained technicians. Attempting to assemble an air conditioner without the proper knowledge and training can be dangerous and lead to poor performance or even equipment failure.

Moreover, most air conditioning manufacturers offer pre-assembled units designed for easy installation by professionals. These units are rigorously tested and designed to work together efficiently, ensuring that the air conditioner will operate as intended.

Therefore, it is generally not recommended for users to select and assemble the components of an air conditioner on their own. Instead, it’s best to consult with a professional HVAC technician who can help you choose the right pre-assembled unit for your needs and ensure that it is installed properly.

So to answer the question, it is not advisable to buy assembled units, stick with good brands such as Daikin, LG, Carrier and others for your air conditioning needs.