Tuesday, September 25, 2018

CrewBloom Reinvents the Outsourcing Industry, Connects Filipino Manpower to US Companies

CrewBloom founders Brianna Carney and Kate Ringcodan at the media launch on September 20, 2018 at Cafe Romulo in Makati City.
Photo: Stephen Militante.

With the BPO industry booming within the last few decades and introducing new kinds of technology in the workplace, the businesses and the working environment are bound to change for the better.

Outsourcing used to be all about call centers where businesses hire agents in-office to take their calls for them. Most of the time, these call center agents and their offices are located in countries like India and the Philippines. These Asian countries are two of the leading BPO hubs in the world because of lower wages, readily available manpower and majority can speak good English. 

Today, t’s not just the big companies that need to outsource workers but even micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). A premier outsourcing destination for its proven track record of high quality output and affordable hourly wages compared to western countries, the Philippines is a breeding ground for highly-educated professionals with native-level command of the English language and experience working for international brands that empower them to compete in global markets.

CrewBloom started to help the US-based MSMEs who are looking to grow their business but are struggling to find, hire, and retain the hires they need. By connecting businesses with top-tier Filipino
professionals to join their sales, business development, and customer service teams, CrewBloom created a better, easier, and cost-efficient way to grow companies with the best outsourced
professionals who love what they do.

"Preserving humanity in the workplace is more crucial than ever in a world that’s becoming more technology-focused by the minute, and that trust continues to be the recipe for a successful business," says Brianna Carney Founder of CrewBloom who is based in New York City. 

This remote setup also achieves high employee retention and consistent performance by affording contractors looking for work-life balance. CrewBloom also solves the lack of humanity in Philippine call center environments by providing work flexibility and compensation that recognizes success and rewards hard work.
As an environmental advocate, CrewBloom’s remote model reinvents the way businesses create by lessening carbon footprint.

Together with the help of her co-founder Kate Ringcodan, a tenure in the remote outsourcing landscape in the Philippines, CrewBloom reinvents the outsourcing model by giving clients the opportunity to be able to pick anyone from the company’s pool of top-tier remote workers. Kate hopes to expand their reach in the Philippines by offering more services, thus opening more work-from-home job opportunities.

CrewBloom has dedicated itself to getting U.S. companies the quality human capital they need to evolve for just a fraction of a cost and minus the risks.

With a 100% remote model, U.S. companies enjoy up to 70% reduction in overhead costs, not having to spend on infrastructure, technology, taxes, and healthcare benefits.

Remote work is well on its way to be the future of workplace and businesses can have the chance to get ahead of the curve by adapting this new way of outsourcing with CrewBloom.

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