Hungarian Businesses Turn to Outsourcing to Cut IT Costs


Damir Špoljarič

As the world continued to experience the direct and indirect impacts of global events, IT costs are on the rise as well and Hungarian businesses are looking for ways to stay competitive without breaking the bank. One solution is to outsource IT services, which can provide cost savings and efficiency gains to businesses in the competitive online marketplace.

According to a press release by vshosting~, a major managed hosting provider in the CEE region, choosing the right web hosting is important because it determines the website’s performance and security.

According to recent data, IT outsourcing is on the rise in Hungary. Statista projects a 10% annual growth in IT outsourcing in Hungary in 2023 and expects an average yearly growth of 8.71% between 2023 and 2027. This trend is not driven merely by the need to save costs, however.

Companies also benefit from outsourcing their IT tasks by getting access to highly specialized professionals that have been providing the given service to hundreds of companies and therefore have much more experience than they could ever get working for a single company, vshosting~ explains.

"Outsourcing IT services can bring significant cost savings and efficiency gains to businesses, as they don’t need as many in-house IT specialists," says Damir Špoljarič, CEO of vshosting~.

"Hungarian businesses can achieve further savings by relying on our expertise to manage their hosting needs while freeing up their time and resources to focus on their core competencies. Unlike global cloud providers, our nonstop support from administrators is included in the price and has much quicker response times," the CEO adds.

Besides hosting, Špoljarič recommends outsourcing other IT activities to help companies cut costs, including website development, mobile application development, and IT hardware care.

Hosting provider vshosting~, launched its service for Hungarian businesses this year. The company provides expert-level hosting for tens of thousands of European online stores, including GymBeam, Pilulka, and Notino.


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