insourcing


Also found in: Medical, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

in·source

 (ĭn′sôrs′)
tr.v. in·sourced, in·sourc·ing, in·sourc·es
1. To perform (a task or function) in-house: a corporation that outsources their manufacturing but insources sales and marketing.
2. To provide (a product or service traditionally or conventionally provided within an organization) as an independent contractor.
3. To create (jobs) as an outside company operating in a local labor market: "We not only want to sell products to the US, but to insource jobs here and contribute to the economy" (Noel Forgeard).
4. To hire or employ (workers from another area or market).

insourcing

(ˈɪnˌsɔːsɪŋ)
n
(Commerce) the practice of subcontracting work to another company that is under the same general ownership
ˈinˌsource vb
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Domestic Air volumes "may excite the bulls," but the resulting drag on yield is likely to limit upside and increases the company's exposure to the risk of Amazon (AMZN) insourcing, contends Shanker, who still views the company's reiterated fiscal year guidance as hard to reach.
Tenders are invited for insourcing clinical services - endoscopy - kings college hospital nhs trust
But what goes into making that decision, and is there room for a hybrid model that combines insourcing and outsourcing?
Expansion into insourcing in the Cambridge-Boston market is a natural progression for Mispro, adds Astrofsky.
The investment will support expanding operations, insourcing of transports and a partial replacement of the present truck fleet.
Charles River's Insourcing Solutions business will manage approximately 200 on-site, Charles River personnel to support the NIAID contract, ranging from program management, training, quality control, animal husbandry, veterinary, technical, research, and administrative support staff.
He will manage the 180,000-square-foot manufacturing operations, and focus on optimizing output, advancing the insourcing strategy and streamlining processes, reporting directly to Steve Rozow, executive vice president of Global Process Transformation.
While a broad literature analyzes the effect of international production as a whole, it remains largely unknown whether international insourcing affects domestic production differently than international outsourcing.
For the sake of this article insourcing means exclusively managed external services offered by the laboratory service provider in client environments that focus on a scope of work or projects clients are requesting.
11, 2012, Insourcing Forum at the White House, won The Economist debate on outsourcing and offshoring, and received the Manufacturing Leadership Council's Industry Advocacy Award in 2014.
We look at the five key considerations a company should explore before pulling the trigger on insourcing their outsourced processes.
Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County for "insourcing" a resident fashion artist and promoting upcycled design.