Your added value:
Outsource back office and office services to me and use the time you gain to expand your business!
Bye, bye overflowing mailbox: Every day there are mails that have to be processed, answered, saved or deleted. Do you want to waste your valuable time with mail processing? I sort, view and manage mails reliably, answer customer mails courteously and organize the inbox.
no more confusion: Making an appointment with several participants can be time-consuming and annoying. Forgetting an appointment can be expensive. Missing an appointment can be embarrassing. Use your time for something more important and let me do it for you. I organize appointments and remind you in time. All you have to do is keep the appointment.
For meetings to be meaningful and effective, they must be planned and prepared. But also the follow-up of what has been discussed and the post-processing should not be underestimated. Here I support you sustainably.
I am there for you as your personal assistant, looking after your customers in a friendly and attentive manner, taking care of your team or managing your office.
You have time for your business, while I take care of the administration professionally and effectively.
What is the back office?
A back office in most corporations is where work that supports front office work is done. The front office is the “face” of the company and is all the resources of the company that are used to make sales and interact with customers and clients. The back office is all the resources of the company that are devoted to actually producing a product or service and all the other labor that isn’t seen by customers, such as administration or logistics. Broadly speaking, back office work includes roles that affect the costs side of business’ trading statement and front office work includes roles that affect the income side of business’ trading statement.
Although the operations of a back office are seldom prominent, they are a major contributor to a business’ success. They can include functions such as accounting, planning, inventory management, supply-chain management, human resources and logistics.
Back offices are often located somewhere other than company headquarters. Many are in areas and countries with cheaper rent and lower labor costs. Some office parks provide back offices for tenants whose front offices are in more expensive neighborhoods. Back office functions can be outsourced to consultants and contractors.