Virtual assistants can function as much more than virtual administrative professionals. On some level, they serve as virtual business partners – truly invested in the success of your business. After all, when your business grows and thrives, so, in turn, will theirs.
This article discusses the virtual assistant / client relationship as well as provides more detailed information about how to make the most of working with a virtual assistant:
A VA will have extensive experience on a variety of software and cloud-based programs and will learn new software or skills on her own time, if necessary. Instead of investing your time training a support person, you will simply need to acquaint a VA with how your process works and then let the VA take it from there.
A good VA will get to know your business and offer advice and counsel on how to use technology and software. You will learn from your assistant.
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