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Outsourcing Your Back Office Functions - 12 Reasons for Change
Outsourcing your back office functions will pay off substantially in relatively short order. How do you know when it's time to
make the change to business process outsourcing (BPO)? Here are 12 reasons for change.
From:	GO Global (Global Outsourcing, Inc.)
Media contact: Arlene Hauben, 305-206-4488
Outsourcing Your Back Office Functions
12 Reasons for Change
/24-7PressRelease/ - MIAMI, FL, April 24, 2007 - Outsourcing your back office functions will pay off substantially in
relatively short order. The potential to reduce overhead costs is great as the business eliminates salaries and employee
benefits, as well as other ancillary costs, such as leasing of space, utilities, and computer and telecommunication related
Beyond the significant cost savings of outsourcing, the CEO is relieved from the sweat and pain of operating the business,
which often means concentrating on administering and managing employees. With newly available capital from the cost
savings and freed up time, the CEO can focus on expanding the core business.
According to Cheryl Frank, CEO of GO Global, a business process outsourcing (BPO) provider, "Companies that outsource
their back office process will not only reduce expenses, but also create a more streamlined environment positioned for
growth, adding millions in value and making them attractive to a third party for purchase."
The question is how do you know when it's time to make the change to business process outsourcing (BPO)? According to
Frank, companies should consider outsourcing their back office functions when these circumstances exist:
1. When a company employs three to 50 back office workers.
2. When your bottom line profit to gross revenues is less t