Home About Us Our Clients Pricing & Options Resources Order Articles FAQ's Blog Contact Us

Outsource and Improve Your Bottom-Line


July 22nd, 2010




You do not have to be an experienced business man or woman in order to consider outsourcing. As a new entrepreneur, do you know that you can double your income and also reduce your stress levels by one-third before the end of the year when you begin to outsource work? That is indeed a great incentive, don’t you think so?

Just think about it, outsourcing makes sense and those who don’t outsource the work may find that their business is not growing as much as they would like because of;

a.Lack of systems and procedures put in place – it is not uncommon for businesses not to have operational procedures put in place for other people to follow. ..Continue reading.. »


How to Effectively Outsource Customer Service


July 22nd, 2010




The process of outsourcing work abroad has really manifested, especially in areas of customer services. A lot of companies are starting to invest in foreign call centres and other training facilities across the world in order to benefit from untapped labour. You can effectively outsource your customer service department whether at home or abroad as long as you follow the proper steps.

Place temporary and part-time employees in your customer service centre, in order to reduce your payroll. You will of course notice that your call centres will experience a much higher amount of traffic during the holidays, and would experience a dip in call volume during other periods of the year. In order to keep up with seasonal service demands all y ..Continue reading.. »


Why Outsourcing is Good for America


June 7th, 2010




It is no secret that China has already become a major importer of consumer and industrial products. In a short time, India is most likely to do the same. Outsourcing has really proved successful in history. Back in the early nineteenth century, the United States was a poor developing nation. The European capital helped in financing our railroads, canals and even new factories while workers in the United States started to produce products that competed with European production. Since the markets were relatively open and also competitive, Americans and Europeans benefited greatly from the process. Job creation and economic growth took place on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Presently, service providers abroad require American made computers, software, telecommunications and equipment. These countries also obtain financial, legal and marketing services from the United States.

..Continue reading.. »


Outsourcing- Good for America?


June 3rd, 2010




90 percent of American’s have encountered outsourcing in one way or the other. The outsourcing of America’s information technology jobs to other foreign nations such as India is really good for the United States’ economy and will create new employment opportunities. Now, this is the part where you say “oh, I bet it will!”

Outsourcing or offshoring will help add about 124 billion dollars to the United States and will also create 317,367 new employment – this information is according to a study that that was conducted by a research company and was sponsored by a leading and trusted Information technology trade group IT Association of America.

Outsourcing is really far from being an economic disaster that will wash away domestic information technology as some people believe – global outsourcing helps f ..Continue reading.. »


Outsourcing – How Does it Affect the American Economy?


June 2nd, 2010




How outsourcing has an effect on the United States economy has really been an issue of great debate. People in the political right will agree that outsourcing has a positive effect on the American economy, because it saves money for organizations and also opens doors of opportunities for greater entrepreneurship in America and also leads to American citizens holding higher level work. A lot of critics believe that hiring foreign employees has a real effect on the United States economy by stripping a lot of Americans of the work they would have performed, specifically by semi-skilled labourers. Actually, the way that organizations are taxed based on outsourcing might reduce a business’ tax debt and therefore decrease federal spending.

People who totally support outsourcing say that the dropping expenses of organizations will help create more jobs. ..Continue reading.. »


Choosing an Outsourcing Provider


May 28th, 2010




In order to ensure that you choose the best outsourcing provider to have your work projects effectively done, you will of course need to compare each alternative’s track record, price and work history in your particular area of business. For instance, if you are hiring a Java programmer in order to handle a specific project, you may wish to find a person who has also worked on similar projects in the past. You should also make sure that you search for an outsourcing firm that offers very fair rates, can provide good references and also has proof of past work done.

You need to outsourcing providers may include firms that subcontract freelancers to a variety of companies. These that companies that search for a team of self-employed people and simply offer their services to other businesses. These freelancers are usually the workers for the contracting c ..Continue reading.. »


Is Outsourcing Good for America? – Oh, Hell Yeah!


May 24th, 2010




Everyone outsources! Unless of course you are Robinson Crusoe (you reside on a deserted island on your own). C’mon most of us outsource repairing our vehicles to our mechanics. We outsource the mowing our lawn or running of errands to some teenager who leaves down the street or pay a professional gardener.

In a nutshell, outsourcing is not just good but great – we simply cannot do everything all by ourselves. You really do not need to own a cow if you want milk, if you catch my drift. Thanks to the fact that industrial revolution was solidly built on increased specialization.

Really, the controversy over “to outsource or not to outsource” is totally xenophobic and protectionist! Certain people think that outsourcing is totally great...wait for it...as long as it is carried out by American indigence. But t ..Continue reading.. »


Offshore Information Technology Outsourcing Myths – Part 3 (Conclusion)


May 20th, 2010




Cost of initial migration

The very best method of mitigating the concern of major upfront expenses is via a transparent and closely aligned partnership. Both parties can work together in order to construct a business case that will satisfy both sides; for instance, the initial cost can be reduced in exchanged for a multi-year commitment that will enable the outsourcer to effectively make the required investments on behalf of its clients.

• The fear of losing control Hmm, the loss of control can be easily tackled in a similar fashion with in-house departments. There should be strict policies and procedures implemented in order to ensure satisfactory compliance. One other great way of looking at it is that the effective separation of duties via an ..Continue reading.. »


Outsource your Telemarketing and Boost Sales


March 22nd, 2010




The main reason why a lot of people go into business is to make good earnings – unless of course they run a charity organization. There are times when business owners will have to spend a lot of money in order to get leads but all to no avail, and these days a lot of people are becoming flier, poster and billboard blind and a lot of people do not watch television advertisements because they are way too busy. Telemarketing has proven to be one of the most effective ways to get potential customers/clients to recognize and purchase your products and or services.

One of the things you need to understand is that handbills, posters, billboards, and TV ads will not respond to questions a potential client or customer might want to ask. As an alternative to running your very own telemarketing department, why not outsource it? If you ou ..Continue reading.. »


Outsourcing Telemarketing – It’s Common Sense!


March 20th, 2010




With the current global financial crisis, every business man or woman would search for ways to cut down the cost of running their businesses. Do you know that some people think that outsourcing is a complete waste of money? Outsourcing services will certainly allow your business to really take advantage of infrastructure, staffing and language capabilities so that your business can reach prospective clients. Do you know that telemarketing is one of the effective ways of informing people about your product and or services? A lot of people are becoming oblivious of posters, banners, bill-boards and other in-your-face kinda advertising. No matter how colorful or sharp your outdoor advertising posters, billboard and banner may be, people do not seem to be aware of them especially in big cities where everyone is of course rushing ..Continue reading.. »


123 Employee
About Us
Our Clients
Pricing & Options
Resources
Order Articles
Resources
Privacy
Contact
Blog
Contact Us
Employee Referral Program
Job Openings
 

Join Our VIP Newsletter!

Enter your name and email below
Copyright -123Employee, LLC- All Rights Reserved | Contact Us | Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS)