According to industry expert Daniel Ramsey, the cost-effectiveness of using Virtual Assistants will increasingly impact productivity.
Outsourcing in 2020.
Outsourcing powers a sizable percentage of business initiatives today. Although some see outsourcing as a threat to American business, the fact remains that the global market relies on it. In 2018, the global market for outsourcing was worth $85.6 billion and the US is the single biggest outsourcing country in the world.
The growing demand for outsourcing providers has changed the nature and function of these strategic partnerships. This evolution is reshaping how we do business.
Technology has made outsourcing an affordable option for entrepreneurs. It gives small businesses access to a global talent pool that would otherwise be beyond their reach. Startups are able to find workers with specialized skills while managing limited resources. As the demand for virtual assistants rises, so too does the quality of their work. From large corporations to small startups, there are virtual assistants in nearly every business sector.
“Today, 59% of businesses use outsourcing to reduce their expenses. To remain competitive in the 2020 business market, the question is no longer *if* you should outsource, rather *what* you should outsource…”
…says industry expert Daniel Ramsey who has seen a dramatic increase in demand for virtual assistants in the small business sector. As the CEO of My Outdesk, an outsourcing service provider, Ramsey has a unique vantage point into the changing nature of these relationships. Ramsey is sharing outsourcing trends for 2020 and what business owners need to know to profit from these strategic partnerships.
“Today, 59% of businesses use outsourcing to reduce their expenses. To remain competitive in the 2020 business market, the question is no longer *if* you should outsource, rather *what* you should outsource.“
– Daniel Ramsey
In An Interview/Article, Daniel Ramsey Can Share:
- Outsourcing trends for 2020
- Outsourcing strategies for small business, startups, and entrepreneurs
- What business owners need to know to profit from strategic partnerships
- The evolution of outsourcing and the changing relationship between companies and their outsourcing providers
- How the rise of outsourcing will impact business (both small and large) in 2020
- How business owners can vet service providers or determine the right kind of strategic partnership
Ramsey is on a mission to increase business productivity. He has information and advice for people at every level of business to remain competitive in the 2020 business market.