Virtual Administrative Assistant

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Virtual Assistant (typically abbreviated to VA, also called a virtual office assistant)[1]


Because our clients are contracting with People Source International rather than hiring one of our employees directly, our clients are not responsible for any employee-related taxes, insurance or benefits.  Our clients also avoid the logistical problem of providing extra office space, equipment or supplies.  Clients pay for 100% productive work, and can work with Virtual Assistants individually or with multiple VAs to meet their exact needs.

Common modes of communication and data delivery include the Internet, e-mail and phone call conferences, online work spaces, and fax machine.  Professionals in this business work on a contractual basis and a long-lasting cooperation is standard.

In recent years Virtual Assistants have also worked their way into many mainstream businesses, and with the advent of VOIP it is now possible to have a Virtual Assistant who can answer your phone (the end-user’s) as a remote worker.  Here are some of the many services that PSI’s Virtual Assistant can do for you:

  • Answer Your Phones
  • Maintain Your Social Media
  • Maintain Your Calendar
  • Make Outbound Telephone Calls
  • Manage Your Leads and Contacts in the CRM
  • Input Your Data into a CRM
  • Fill Out Forms
  • Complete Office Working Tasks
  • Help with InfusionSoft
  • Stay Organized

The most important thing to keep in mind is that we help you, our client, to manage the one thing that nobody else can give you — your time.  Many business owners and executives feel as though they have to do too much.  So rather than concentrating on their core competencies — revenue-generating activity — they try and do everything themselves.

The area on which we focus is in getting those pesky responsibilities you have off your desk.  That is what we do for our clients.  This in turn allows our clients to concentrate on the high-revenue activities of their day, thus maximizing their efforts and profits. Why would you look at anything else?