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Thoughts on outsourcing your mailroom, automating business processes, document scanning, document management.

The Evolution and Future of BPO

Since the 1980s, business processing outsourcing (BPO) has dramatically expanded, as companies see the benefit in reducing costs, improving efficiency and customer service, and enabling high growth while working with limited resources. BPO, now a $26 billion industry, has expanded to include AP automation, mailroom outsourcing, document scanning, HR recruiting, IT services, and more.

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How to Choose a BPO Service that Fits Your Business Needs

Many business executives have heard of BPO (business process outsourcing) but think of it as merely call centers or other customer facing roles that are outsourced abroad. But today, many BPO services focus on the backend of your operations and can actually improve your relationship both with your customers and vendors, achieving significantly more for your business.

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Start a Digital Transformation in the Mailroom

Organizations large, medium, and small all have one thing in common—the need to process incoming mail and paperwork quickly and accurately. As a new year begins, it might be a great time to leverage a business process outsourcing (BPO) partner to streamline and optimize the receipt and processing of your important documents.

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5 Signs BPO Is Needed in the Mailroom

Business process outsourcing (BPO) services that can take on the menial labor of mailroom and email management while providing increased control and accountability for incoming business mail. Here are the 5 signs that an outsourced mailroom might be a good fit for your business.

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6 Reasons BPO is Needed in Accounts Payable

Effective managers make a point to critically examine their business processes, always searching for ways to improve. They’re careful not to confuse their company’s habits with industry best practices. Companies that continue to rely on bulky, manual procedures (which may seem perfectly adequate), risk market displacement by those that cut avoidable costs and reinvest the savings.

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Business Process Outsourcing: A Primer

Running a business is complicated. Your company has a product (or service) that it knows (alternative: or that it delivers) exceptionally well, and that know-how makes you invaluable. But that’s not all you have to worry about—you’re managing a company after all. And the more resources that you dedicate to these other functions, the less you’ll have to invest in what makes you great.

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The Evolution and Future of BPO

Since the 1980s, business processing outsourcing (BPO) has dramatically expanded, as companies see the benefit in reducing costs, improving efficiency and customer service, and enabling high growth while working with limited resources. BPO, now a $26 billion industry, has expanded to include AP automation, mailroom outsourcing, document scanning, HR recruiting, IT services, and more.

Read more

Many business executives have heard of BPO (business process outsourcing) but think of it as merely call centers or other customer facing roles that are outsourced abroad. But today, many BPO services focus on the backend of your operations and can actually improve your relationship both with your customers and vendors, achieving significantly more for your business.

Organizations large, medium, and small all have one thing in common—the need to process incoming mail and paperwork quickly and accurately. As a new year begins, it might be a great time to leverage a business process outsourcing (BPO) partner to streamline and optimize the receipt and processing of your important documents.

Business process outsourcing (BPO) services that can take on the menial labor of mailroom and email management while providing increased control and accountability for incoming business mail. Here are the 5 signs that an outsourced mailroom might be a good fit for your business.

Effective managers make a point to critically examine their business processes, always searching for ways to improve. They’re careful not to confuse their company’s habits with industry best practices. Companies that continue to rely on bulky, manual procedures (which may seem perfectly adequate), risk market displacement by those that cut avoidable costs and reinvest the savings.

Running a business is complicated. Your company has a product (or service) that it knows (alternative: or that it delivers) exceptionally well, and that know-how makes you invaluable. But that’s not all you have to worry about—you’re managing a company after all. And the more resources that you dedicate to these other functions, the less you’ll have to invest in what makes you great.