Frequently Asked Questions

What is outsourcing?

Webopedia defines outsourcing as:

(v.) To seek resources outside of an organizational structure, usually to save money and/or exploit the skills of another entity. Typically used in terms of the business world, outsourcing often entails an enterprise using another company, such as a consultancy or application service provider, to provide a service that the enterprise can provide for itself, yet it is cheaper to utilize a third-party’s resources. For example, an enterprise might outsource its IT management because it is cheaper to contract a third-party to do so than it would be to build its own in-house IT management team. Or a company might outsource all of its data storage needs because it does not want to buy and maintain its own data storage devices. Or, a business might outsource its human resources tasks to a third-party instead of having its own dedicated human resources staff.

Source: http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/O/outsource.html

Why should I outsource?

Outsourcing can be a very cost efficient method to complete daily tasks. Outsourcing gives you the results of productivity that you desire without the overhead of payroll, benefits, and equipment.

When should I outsource?

  • When the activity isn't central to generating profits or competitive success.
  • When the job is a routine one that wastes valuable time and energy.
  • When the task is a need that's only temporary or that recurs in cycles.
  • When it's less expensive to have someone else do it than to do it in-house.
  • When the activity can be done cheaper in-house, but drains resources that could be better used elsewhere.
  • When the skill required is so specialized that it's impractical to have a regular employee do it.
  • When the activity isn't one that people enjoy doing.
  • When you do not have the resources to hire the staff needed.

 

When creating appointments how do you ensure the potential client is genuinely interested?

Our definition of a qualified appointment consists of the following criteria: The prospect is the decision maker within the household or business. They will have genuine interest in obtaining a quote from you. They will meet the prescribed criteria of a qualified prospect. This allows you to be able to choose the criteria to yield the best results. We want you to be able to spend your precious time selling your product or service, not perfecting your sales presentation!

Will my clients'/customers' information be sold?

We have a comprehensive privacy policy that covers all individuals or organizations with some relationship to Just For You Communications. That policy can be viewed at http://www.justforyoucommunications.com