Why aa office & concierge is right for you!
By sandor iglesias
“Technology now allows people to connect anytime, anywhere, to anyone in the world, from almost any device. It is dramatically changing the way people work, facilitating 24/7 collaboration with colleagues who are dispersed across time zones, countries, and continents.” – Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Corporation, explaining why a Virtual Office is the future of work.
Being able to hire and connect with anyone across the world through internet is one of the biggest advantages we have in this day in age. This incredible technology called internet has forced countless business men and women to reevaluate their office structure, leading many to start using Virtual Office solutions. Here are a few reason on why you should too.
VIRTUAL OFFICE. A traditional office space comes with rent, utilities, infrastructure (network), furniture, hiring staff, training staff, benefits and taxes for the staff and much much more. We eliminate all of the above and charge you a simple fee per month. No hidden charges or fees. That monthly fee includes a prestigious corporate business address (100 BISCAYNE BLVD) to receive and send mail/packages to and from. Your clients can pick up/drop off any paperwork or items needed as our offices are open during regular business hours, all while you continue to focus on your company.
VIRTUAL RECEPTIONIST. Your Virtual Office now also comes with multiple fully trained bilingual receptionist. a Virtual Receptionist can save you plenty on labor costs as you only pay for the amount of time they are used as opposed to a 40 hour week payment. Our Virtual Receptionist won’t need any benefits or sick days as a traditional office requires. You can use our Receptionist for a certain amount of hours to fit your budget and add more or less time depending on your company’s call volume each month.You can also turn services on and off incase you would like to answer your own phone for a certain client or turn it on as you leave to lunch. Hiring a Virtual Receptionist allows you to be on the field doing your actual job and not on the phone. With a Virtual Receptionist you are always available no matter where you are.
Let’s face it – nothing advertises the fact that you have a ‘real’ company like a Professional Virtual Receptionist answering your phone. It’s an efficient way to process incoming calls, and any customer-facing business would be foolish to go without one. But you don’t need to pay thousands of dollars to have a top quality service. With AA Office & Concierge, You choose a corporate phone number, record a main greeting, add departments and employees, and get your business calls instantly, from anywhere. Customers can leave voice mails and messages that are transferred in real time instantly to your phone or pc. The entire caller experience is indistinguishable from that of an in-house answering service.
Our technology can forward your business calls to a virtual receptionist who is trained to process calls in a manner of your choosing located in Downtown Miami. As far as callers are concerned, it is as though you have a real office with a receptionist sitting in the front lobby. Best of all, most Virtual Receptionist providers charge by how many minutes you need a receptionist for, a substantial savings over hiring someone full-time. Plus, you can scale up or down as circumstances dictate without any personal conflicts.
VIRTUAL ASSISTANT. (Provided by quickbooks.intuit.com)Do you ever feel overworked? It happens to all small business owners, but there are solutions. A virtual assistant can handle many of the tedious tasks that take up your valuable time, freeing you up to focus on matters that require an owner’s touch. From setting appointments to managing social media accounts, a small business VA can be an incredibly valuable addition to your team.
1) Enjoy More Free Time
You want to run your business – you don’t want it to run you. There are only so many hours in the day, and a Virtual Assistant can drastically reduce your workload so you can have more time to dedicate to the company, or to yourself. It’s so important for business owners and their employees to find a balance between their professional and personal lives, and hiring a Virtual Assistant for small business makes it possible to spend more time with your loved ones and pursue passion projects.
So, what can a Virtual Assistant do for you, anyways? The possibilities are endless. Usually they handle all of those little details that take up so much of your time. Many Virtual Assistants perform marketing research to help you better hone in on your niche. They can also create content for your social media pages and handle posting duties too. Virtual assistants can also answer phone calls, emails and manage your calendar.
2) Cut Business Expenses
Hiring and training new employees is expensive. When you hire a Virtual assistant, you don’t need to pay a full salary or offer benefits. You can negotiate a fair wage and pay only for the work that gets completed. Of course, dedicated employees still have their place in a small business setting, but you may find that you can keep the size of your team small while your business expands without burdening employees with extra work. This naturally helps to keep morale high, reducing your company’s turnover rate.
3) Get More Work Done
Some of the most successful entrepreneurs got where they are through masterful delegation. Every workday is an opportunity to move your business forward, and a Virtual Assistant makes it possible to increase productivity drastically. Scaling up a small business takes money, effort, and time, and a virtual assistant can help you reach your goals faster while freeing up resources for other more pressing projects.
4) Finish Unfamiliar Tasks
It’s not always possible to hire people who possess every skill your small business needs, and there are going to be times when you aren’t familiar with certain skills or software. For example, if you need to put together a report of your sales for the year, and you don’t know how to use accounting software, you could find an experienced accountant in our Virtual Assistant staff.
5) Use Less Physical Space
Space is a valuable resource for a small business. When a Virtual Assistant is on call, that’s one less desk in your office, creating a more comfortable work environment for you and your employees. That means you’re spending less on supplies, electricity, and other costs associated with in-house employees.
If you’re looking for a Virtual Assistant for your business, do your research beforehand to ensure that you select the right candidate. As long as you make it clear what you’re expecting, you should be able to find someone to complement your company in ways you may not have realized were possible.
Hiring a small business VA could be one of the best decisions you ever make. It saves time and trouble for both you and your company.