You have heard and read a lot about how reverse engineering can help you with problems in your manufacturing process, but you are not sure if outsourcing is for you. You want to be absolutely sure if outsourcing reverse engineering can help your business enhance productivity, reduce costs and recreate processes minus expensive technology. If this describes your situation, then ask yourself the following 7 Questions to Ask Before You Outsource Reverse Engineering:
1. How often do you need to carry out reverse engineering?
If your answer is not that frequently or only for a limited time frame (short-term projects), then outsourcing reverse engineering will be more cost-effective. However, if your business has a consistent requirement for reverse engineering, then you may want to consider leasing or buying the equipment to perform the process in-house.