The Power of Outsourcing During the Coronavirus Outbreak
The evolving threat of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is already impacting businesses around the world. Significant loss of revenue can cause layoffs and even business closure. Businesses need to incorporate pandemic planning to ensure continuity for their most critical products and services.
Continued Services While on a Luzon-wide Enhanced Community Quarantine
To curtail the spread of the virus, the government implemented the enhanced community quarantine. This includes suspension of public transportation, strictly enforced travel bans, curfews, and closure of establishments with exemptions.
Companies in the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry are exempted. But most of these BPO companies applied work-from-home arrangements to keep all the employees safe at home with their families during this pandemic.
Working from home is never too far from outsourcing. The only difference is, you comfortably work at home without stressing yourself in your everyday commute.
During this time, we can see the power of outsourcing. BPO companies are still able to continue providing services and support to businesses worldwide. Employees were provided equipment and stable internet connections to make work from home possible.
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Outsourcing in the Philippines
D&V Philippines is still committed to provide and continue servicing clients all over the world. These services include accounting, bookkeeping, management reporting, and outsourced CFO services. Business continuity is in place.
D&V Philippines is also ready to provide outsourced accounting services for companies in seeking finance and accounting help. To learn more about our services and our business model, read our free guide, D&V Philippines: Your Talent Sourcing Partner.
For inquiries on how we can provide bookkeeping and management accounting support, email us at email@example.com.