The Case for Business Process Outsourcing

(L-R) Andrew Acosta, Brian Shapely, Jay Feuerstein, Mehmet Yanilmaz

Myra Trading, a Skokie, Ill.-based proprietary trading shop, doesn't outsource any of its business processes. But over the next five years, that will change, says Mehmet Yanilmaz, partner at Myra. As the firm has grown, its data storage demands have increased. Handling that burden in-house has cut into the revenue generated per head at the firm, which has not outsourced any of its data storage needs, he says. "Right now, nothing's outsourced, but we plan to outsource some of the data storage