We Are Admin Outsource

We Provide Assistance Virtually

Hiring Virtual Assistants is outsourcing. And in today’s global economy, outsourcing makes sense when someone can do the same job for 40 – 80% less.

Why Virtual Assistance?

A lot of people wonder how virtual assistants stay in business. I mean, if you need an assistant, why not just hire someone to work at your business full time?

It’s fairly simple. It comes down to money and convenience. A full-time administrative assistant can cost anywhere from $30,000 to $60,000 or more. That’s not even including benefits and bonuses. That’s a high price to pay if you don’t need someone around all the time or if you only need their help on a few projects.

A virtual assistant spends their day working for various clients. So you can hire them to work for only the hours or tasks that you need them for. If you just need someone for five or so hours a week to take phone calls while you’re in meetings or onsite with a customer, they can do that.

A Dedicated Assistant assigns one of our assistants to work specifically for you. A dedicated virtual personal assistant will get to know your project requirements, working style, and how you want your outputs. Dedicated Assistants help our members gain perspective and clarity by taking on-going tasks off their to-do list so our members can focus on the big picture. The working relationship that can be built with a dedicated personal assistant is invaluable.

A dedicated virtual personal assistant equals individualized and personalized service without the added expenses usually associated with a new employee. You do not need to worry about technology costs, office space, health insurance, 401(k) contributions or taxes.

The Dedicated Assistant service gives you access to your own skilled agent, dedicated to your needs, accessible by email, IM and phone.

Some of What We Do

What can a virtual assistant do?

There are a variety of virtual assistants and they all have different skills. Some may gear their work more toward scheduling and logistics, while others may focus on web-based services like manning email accounts, doing research or social media. Here are just a few things they can help you with.

  • CRM management, all major CRM´s
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Transaction Coordination
  • FSBO, Farm and Expired calls
  • Sales calling and support
  • Complete back office and support
  • Customer service and support
  • Property Management
  • Manage contact lists
  • Follow up on business / sales leads

There are actually so many things a virtual assistant can do, we can’t list them all!