Virtual Assistant Service Grows Despite Recession

Top Quote Virtual assistant outsourcing service reduces rates amidst tepid economic recovery. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 09, 2010 - Virtual Assistant Services announced that it is launching an aggressive business strategy to make it easy for small firms and business owners to attain benefits of call center outsourcing.

    VAS will offer its virtual services at a discounted rate. The move is in reaction to the ongoing reluctance by small firms to continue employment amidst economic doubt. Tight credit conditions for small businesses continue to be problematic, even as the economy has rebounded. The company recently released an outsourcing website to support users to add value to their outsourcing initiatives.

    This will coincide with their previous initiatives to help make outsourcing easier for small companies. The service also plans to develop its central lead generation and publicity initiatives customized to small home business owners.

    The business has particular proficiency in telemarketing services, and operates outbound and inbound contact centers. The Philippines is a top location for offshoring, and providers have earned international appreciation for quality and performance.

    The organization is optimistic that their rapid progress will proceed even as the worldwide economy improves. The company senses that the recession elevated the recognition of the need for the overall flexibility and efficiency virtual assistant services can provide. The blog is designed to not only educate those new to outsourcing, but aid those who have outsourced previously learn best practices in virtual customer service.

    Virtual Assistant Services provides offshore virtual receptionist, appointment setting, data entry, and concierge services.

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