So you have a small business, you are still growing, learning to fly…how can you compete with the big wigs out there, with their numerous resources and their very name pulling in the top talent by the day?
“Information Mobility” is the key to solving this dilemma. With the idea of “remote working” gaining more popularity every day, the resources you can choose from need not be limited to a single geographical location.
The term “The whole world is your oyster” has never been more truer than now. Small companies, unable to hire resources from within the country, due to lack of resources and brand attraction can pick and choose individuals from around the world, who are willing to work remotely and maybe even fraction of the cost.
Information mobility not only gives any business access to literally unlimited human resources but also gives it the flexibility to expand and contract their resource pool per project. If a huge project needs a large amount of resources, simple per project hiring of individuals or even third party firms can allow them to complete the project without straining their budget.
To conclude, Information Mobility has given the small business a chance to compete with the big players on an equal footing.
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