In such scenarios, it is far more prudent and frugal to outsource the initial implementation, and doing so does not necessarily reflect on the effectiveness or value of a solution.
The majority of the men and women who fly airplanes probably couldn’t build one, but they know everything they need to fly them. That doesn’t mean United Airlines should be building airplanes, or that Boeing’s products are “too complex.”
Sometimes – no, make that OFTEN – the most cost-effective approach to getting something done right is to have the experts handle the complexities by outsourcing the implementation.]]>