The internet is a powerful tool for work-at-home moms and other telecommuters to support their families, but it’s also full of scammers, spammers, and identity thieves presenting phony work opportunities. It goes without saying that if a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is—the abundant Facebook ads and email spam advertising “$200/hour working from home” can safely be ignored—so here are some opportunities that you can find (or make) to legitimately support yourself from home.
Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) is the latest trend in business world-wide. It began with outsourcing to nearby countries (or what’s known as nearshore BPO) then to far countries (offshore BPO). The accomplishments of offshoring, represented by high quality and low costs, has drew the attention of many companies to a wider use of offshoring, which […]
If you are an offline business focusing on delivering your expertise, the new IT world may be a challenge that you are grappling with. There are many perceived benefits of adopting it, but at the same time the transition can too tedious affecting your regular business. So the dilemma: How much to adapt and how much to avoid? Well, you have a simpler alternative: outsource your non-core work to other professionals. All your mundane procedures like order processing, supply chain management, employee salaries and perks, and other data that are best done online can be given to the experts and you can continue to excel in your area of expertise. Besides, you can also outsource your online marketing campaigns to derive maximum benefit from online resources without having to invest a fortune in it.
Computers are probably the biggest boon of the late twentieth century. But computers are made of electronics and run of software – both of which are not glitch-free. This opens up a great service market to exploit: Technical Support Services.