Outsourcing refers to the external source of supply of services, ie the outsourcing of a company’s operations to outside contractors. Often resort to outsourcing as a mechanism to reduce costs, which in some cases reached up to 40%. This contract offers modern and specialized services, without the company having to invest in infrastructure decapitalize. Beyond looking like a charge, outsourcing represents an opportunity to let expert companies in the hands of the administration and efficient and effective management of the processes that are not linked directly with the nature of business and that, conversely, can reduce costs and refocus internal resources and have a significant impact on their competitiveness.

In short, there is a short-term contract, not merely a timely advice in a particular area of expertise, nor is the recruitment expert for a short time to improve specific service points. Very interesting has been the role of outsourcing in the opening Venezuela’s oil. It should be noted in his analysis of what someone has commented that what has been called oil opening is not simply a consequence of the Act which reserves to the State Industry and Commerce of Hydrocarbons, “which from its enactment, has suffered from the defects from a statist euphoria common in the seventies, but started much earlier in many parts of the world, which boasted the goodness of entities owned by producer governments. The first-promoting this theory, were the Communist regimes, especially the Soviet Union, which was the first economy regime fully controlled by the state.