What does a Virtual Assistant do and how does it work?


There are many VA companies each with own speciality. It can be anything from virtual reception to virtual secretary. For instance, if you think along the lines of what your current in-house receptionist does, i.e. answering calls, directing calls, assisting callers with information, booking rooms for meetings which can all be done remotely.

The same applies for PA work or secretarial work. Work gets email or posted to an online site hosted by the VA company and work can be completed and sent back. You can also call your VA and deal direct too and they provide anything from typing and PowerPoint presentations, reports, expense management, online file management, travel bookings etc.

Due the expense of employing staff more and more companies are opting to outsource their administrative support to VA companies. It’s cost effective and time effective. Many companies find they can reduce their staff costs on PA / secretarial support and reception by half if not more.

Please feel free to contact me if you would like to know more about VA support.

Through Q3 09 we are offering to new clients a trial whereby you pay only what you think the service has been worth. There is no long term commitment during the trial phase and we aim to give you a taste of how easy it is to work with a VA. We are based in North London so personal meetings can be aranged as part of the service for London based clients.

I hope this has been helpful to you.

Amanda Groom, Managing Director

Telephone:  0844 884 3890 / Mobile:  07590 282472 / www.virtualcitypa.com

Connect:  http://www.linkedin.com/in/amandagroom

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