While the business of outsourcing and its related industries are indeed a very successful phenomenon in today s business world (especially in the realm of information technology), some problems may also arise every now and then. Luckily for people who operate these businesses, the problems may be seen as easily solvable dilemmas that will go away with time and a lot of forward thinking and wise decision making on their part. For one thing, it is necessary to look for a good country which they need to outsource to. Once they have been able to set their base and settle in comfortably, sometimes some national uprisings (like war and rebellion) will also be influential in the mini economy of business processing offices that opened up in such areas. The remedy? Decide quickly if one thinks it is worth it to stay or better to close shop and pull out.
Another problem would be, of course, the capacity of the systems to deal with the influx of calls, communications and other business matters. Which means their computer systems ought not mess up and fail them, otherwise these companies will end up losing millions in their business. As such, the best thing to do is to invest in the most powerful computers and make very regular maintenance checks on the systems that they use in order to avoid any technological problems which might end up in disaster for their companies. Like it was previously mentioned, these two problems are only easy to deal with if the companies are smart enough to make the right decisions and learn when to stick it out or pull out.