In order to leverage the benefits of proximity and the increased control that goes with it, companies are increasingly embracing nearshoring. On other occasions we have already talked about the many reasons why organizations are doing that: costs, quality control, communication and cultural affinity (just to mention some of them).
Now well, when the meaningful, workable and scalable growth can’t be accomplished in-house with a ready and reliable domestic-grown team, and any organization decide to outsource one or more business processes, they always have to figure out which shore meets their needs best. So, a recurring doubts often arises: is the nearshoring really better than offshoring? And what about the remote teams? Let’s talk about pros and risks between each one of them, but first let’s define some terms with a little more clarity.