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Old 08-18-2006, 09:08 PM
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Default In-source vs Outsource

According to APICS:

The act of deciding whether to produce an item internally or buy it from an outside supplier. Factors to consider in the decision include costs, capacity availability, proprietary and/or specialized knowledge, quality considerations, skill requirements, volume, and timing.


Source: http://www.apics.org/ (10th ed.)
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Default Re: In-source vs Outsource

a very good site thank you.
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