VA’s have grown in popularity since promoted by the likes of Tim Ferris and his “4-hour work week” book. But a problem with VA’s is the language barrier, the time to teach them what you want done, and how you want it done. We offer a better solution with our “Managed Virtual Assistant” (MVA) Program. Let us manage your VA in our Philippine office, train and monitor them, at a labor cost saving of 50-70%
Most small business owners dread the end of the day when they need to do their bookwork. Why not hire a part-time book-keeper? Take a photo of your receipt on your phone, email it, and they will extract the data and enter it in your accounting software for you. They can reconcile accounts, email you monthly reports and provide all the necessary data for your accountant each quarter.
With staff wages one of the highest expenses in business, why not utilize the excellent English skills of a Filipino to handle any call overflows or after hours enquiries? Most of the big businesses in Australia including Optus and Telstra have moved their call centres to the Philippines due to the better language skills Filipinos have. Click to hear an example.
Following up sales material sent to prospects, job bookings, event attendee bookings – the list is endless. Without having to hire a full-time sales person in Australia, you can fill this role at a fraction of the cost. The Philippines has become the #1 call centre country due to their excellent English speaking skills and American influence.
For those positions that you can’t fill with local workers (such as mine sites and remote projects), Australia has a “457 temporary work visa” program. We have experience in deploying line workers, diesel mechanics and other skilled workers where there has been a skills shortage.