Entrepreneur, General Business Info, What we do

Who can use a Virtual Assistant?

While any business can improve their ROI by using Virtual Assistants, I wanted to share with you our personal top 5 Industries that benefit by using Virtual Assistants.

Hiring a Virtual Assistant, Online Business Manager, or Virtual Project Manager continues to be a growing trend, although the idea is still relatively new to some business owners and professionals. Technology has advanced in such a way that it has become easier and more efficient to use remote staff than have an office full of employees. And the cost savings speak for themselves, check out more about what you don’t pay for with a Virtual Assistant, our clients have found after incorporating a virtual assistant into their organization.

dillon-shook-671109-unsplash

Businesses are now using many cloud-based tools like Skype, Microsoft 365, Docusign, iCloud, and Dropbox, to name a few. This means that there are a lot of tasks that can be done remotely and incorporating a global workforce is the smartest way to go. Companies leading the race in their respective industry have discovered the benefit of hiring a virtual staff.

Here are some types of companies that can use the help of a Virtual Assistant:

Real Estate Brokers, Agents & Property Managers
As a real estate professional, you can’t continue to do everything and the sooner you realize that you are not able to keep juggling it all, the better. Considering the help of a Virtual Assistant would benefit you in so many ways. A VA can assist you with filtering leads, setting and managing appointments, posting ads, handling email correspondence, provide general administration & customer service as well as help with social media planning, writing and scheduling.

Law Firms
Law firms are known for handling a LOT of paperwork. It doesn’t matter the type of law you focus on, all lawyers have time-consuming tasks like research, legal transcription, calendar and email management, data entry and communication with clients (very key). A Virtual Assistant can take the responsibility of accomplishing these tasks each week to lessen the burden.

IT Firm
This Information Technology industry was one of the earliest to discover the benefits of hiring VAs. From providing world-class quality website development to administrative support, technical and customer technical support and everything in between, technology companies have reaped the rewards of using Virtual Assistants.

dan-gold-195891-unsplashAccounting and Financial firms
Organizing records, data entry, accounts payables and receivables, calendar management & bank reconciliation are the some of the most daunting tasks for an accounting firm. The presence of a Virtual Assistant with the appropriate skills will definitely help lessen the stress.

Marketing Firms
In today’s digital age, companies that are looking to perform marketing services for clients can certainly use a Virtual Assistant. Social media campaigns, market research, blogging, finding images for quotes, article syndication, and design. All of these tasks are perfect for a VA.

Honestly, any company that provides a service – janitorial, general contractors, architects, and many more- can benefit from having virtual staff.

As an entrepreneur, the success of your business depends on your actions and the decisions you make. Use your expertise to grow your business and get the all the help you need for everything else. The smartest move is to outsource the things that aren’t your passion and aren’t the core of your business. At BrightMomentsSolutions.com we help take away the pain and stress of the never ending To Do list or help you find those with specialized skills if needed. Contact us today to determine how we can best help you. We always offer free consultations!

Signature File MDA

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s