BPO, or Business Process Outsourcing, is the process of outsourcing business functions, allowing your business to function more effectively while focusing on more important day-to-day activities.
While call centres and support teams are often services that are outsourced to companies who specialize in BPO, there are many other jobs that can also be outsourced.
Here are some examples:
Employing a web developer and a designer is not cheap. Many companies don’t need someone to do this job full time but would like to have someone at-hand when the need arises for an urgent issue or project.
There are companies who handle the entire process of building and maintaining your website and design collateral, allowing you to focus on other areas of the business.
Human Resources are another popular outsourcing service.
More commonly it is smaller companies who make use of BPO for HR purposes – hiring and firing can be an expensive process for a new company and they often opt to put human resources into the professionals’ hands.
Start-up companies need all their employees to focus on the task at hand, and do not have the time of day to focus on anything else like HR.
As most of us know, security is very important when running a business. The problem though, is that security often comes with a huge amount of red-tape and admin that none of us really have time for.
If you run your own business and require any sort of security services, it is highly recommended to outsource rather than doing it in-house.
Making use of BPO services for your security, means you do not have to worry about guards not pitching up for work or any issues that arise with security claims etc.