Insourcing

Same as inshoring, and opposite of outsourcing.
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Insourcing

Insourcing is the cessation by a company of contracting a business function and the commencement of performing it internally. Insourcing is the opposite of outsourcing. Insourcing is a business decision that is often made to maintain control of critical production or competencies. Insourcing is widely used in production to reduce costs of taxes, l...
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Insourcing

Refers to the process of internally administering employee benefit plans or other programs, as oppos
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insourcing

(ITIL Service Strategy) Using an internal service provider to manage IT services. The term insourcing is also used to describe the act of transferring the provision of an IT service from an external service provider to an internal service provider. See also service sourcing.
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