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Remote Work Misconceptions

Debunking Common Remote Work Misconceptions

Working remotely has traditionally held a bad reputation, but not all stereotypes surrounding remote work culture are based on truth. It’s time to put these five misconceptions to rest.

Shared Services

The Future of Shared Services

Shared Services is an autonomous business unit composed of people, technologies, and infrastructure that enables execution, delivery, management, and optimization of non-core but mission-critical corporate functions.

How A Global Pandemic Changed Outsourcing Forever

The global pandemic made it very clear that remote work and outsourcing are no longer optional. In order for companies to survive and thrive in today’s competitive market they must be able to leverage resources from across the globe. COVID-19 or not, business goals are constant.

Remote Work Is The Future

Remote Work Is The Future

In 1979 IBM introduced the modern concept of remote work as an experiment to free up office space. Soon, telecommuting became popular among other sectors and industries due to availability of more sophisticated telecommunications and information storage systems.

Payroll Processing Outsourcing in Asia: The Highs and the Lows

Payroll Processing Outsourcing in Asia: The Highs and the Lows

As globalization rapidly evolves, driven by innovation and technology, business must adapt in order to remain relevant and competitive. Physical goods, for example, were once shipped from one country to another but can now be produced by a third-party within the destination country.


The Growing Scene: Outsourcing In Asia

As technology and communication processes see the light of innovation, the infrastructure for business operations has been continuously evolving. One innovation shaping how businesses operate

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