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Published on May 27, 2014
What happens when the lifeline of your business is a humongous database that requires constant data research and data revision and it’s hard to find a competent data entry executive locally to update it?
Ray Peck, CEO of VxP Pharma was frustrated to find that majority of college-educated Americans’ were not keen to work in the domain of data entry. In his words, “people just did not want to; you know….. do this type of work.” Data entry executives joined and resigned in haste. And if this was not enough, he found himself up against reams of paperwork and complex legal processes for hiring locally. Time was slipping away, his business was suffering daily and he was at his wit’s end to find a competent – and willing - data entry expert to update the database.
That’s when he decided to try to outsource data entry and web research work to India. But, with no prior experience in outsourcing data entry services, he was worried. He had several questions in his mind; will be it a safe bet? Would he really find a reliable data entry service provider who can provide him a data entry virtual assistant competent enough to do this work?
What started as a skeptical data entry outsourcing stint to India with VirtualEmployee.com, turned into a successful year and a half long engagement. This resulted in a flawlessly updated database, savings worth 7-8 times the cost of hiring a data entry executive in the US and most importantly, peace of mind.
Watch this video to understand an American CEO’s frustration to find a willing employee locally and his experience of hiring a data entry virtual assistant from India.
In this absorbing case study, also find out answers to your questions like:
• What is the difference between outsourcing and hiring a virtual employee?
• A solution that guarantees scalability and prevents you from the hassles of hiring and firing employees.
• Do you really ‘lose control’ when you hire a virtual data entry employee?