Nearshore’s fee is paid by the offshore provider, and only if the client chooses to actually use that provider. Nearshore’s clients will have no obligation to us and can walk away at any time.
(PRWEB) November 26, 2015
Nearshore Solutions, an Australian BPO outsourcing company, has recently announced its launch (on 17th November 2015) offering outsourcing specialist consultancy to Australian businesses.
Nearshore’s Executive Director; Tom Denovan has a background in sales and operational consultancy across a range of industries and has specialised in providing operational solutions to the finance industry.
Offshoring referenced through Nearshore Solutions can typically provide operational efficiencies ranging between 30% and 60%.
Tom Denovan confirms that “Nearshore Solutions will provide its offshore consultancy services at no cost to its clients and without obligation.” He goes on to say that “Nearshore will work with our clients, big or small to craft the right solution for them and make an introduction to the most appropriate offshore provider or providers – depending on the client’s size and needs and the nature of their business. Nearshore’s fee is paid by the offshore provider, and only if the client chooses to actually use that provider. Nearshore’s clients will have no obligation to us and can walk away at any time.”
To coincide with the launch, Nearshore has produced a white paper, introducing the Nearshore option, with an invitation to follow up with Nearshore's checklist for self assessment for a limited time, during the company’s launch period.
The white paper clears away many misconceptions of outsourcing while clarifying the concept of nearshoring, as distinguished from offshoring. “Nearshore is descriptive of using a close-by neighbouring country rather than one on the other side of the world. A neighbouring country is obviously easier to travel to (if you need to travel there at all), shares a similar time zone, and is much more likely to share, empathise with, and relate to cultural sensitivities.”
The paper’s focus is to introduce the concepts and deal with the many myths associated with going offshore. Nearshoring for mortgage brokers is a topic focus which explores common questions such as which country to outsource to, how to manage staff from afar as well as delving into the BPO ‘Broker Assist’ program.
For small to large businesses wishing to read the white paper or learn more about offshoring or Nearshore Solutions, they are invited to visit Nearshore Solutions for more information at http://www.nearshoresolutions.com.au or to get into contact with Tom Denovan.