In the rush of today's hectic times it is clear the the computer did not bring the paperless society and the "more time" that we have hoped for. To the contrary, now it seems that we are more busy than ever, just not being able to get around to all of everything. We need extra hours, extra hands or something ...
Perhaps that is just it, the "or something". However, to most business owners it is ridiculous to think that a person can do their work from any place else than from their own premises. The "or something" could become "or someone" and a major amount of money can be saved by not employing somebody but to acquire the services of a trustworthy, sharp virtual assistant.
How does it work? The virtual assistant delivers the services from their own office, using their own equipment, they pay their own taxes and do not charge for coffee and lunch breaks. The client, please note it is client and not employer, pays only for the hours spend on the task at hand; only for the work done.
Who can benefit from using a virtual assistant? Just about everybody, from real estate right down to the individual writing a book. Even if you have staff, a virtual assistant can relieve the pressure during deadline times.
If you want to know more about the services a virtual assistant can offer you, contact Tanya at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website at http://www.assistmenow.co.za or http://typing.synthasite.com.