Optimal Group Launches Virtual Employee Services
To solve manpower issues of small and mid-sized IT companies worldwide, Optimal Group has started virtual employee services with the launch of their new website www.optimalvirtualemployee.com. With operations in Australia and India, Optimal Group has experience in solving pain points of businesses of all sizes over the past decade.
“We have seen that many companies, specifically those in the Information Technology field are facing challenges in skilled manpower management. They are unable to hire the talent they are looking for at their local level and at an affordable cost. With this in mind, Optimal Group has launched this exciting new initiative. We provide highly skilled, cost effective global talent at your fingertips. This will help companies in the Western World, struggling to cover their IT needs. At the same time, it will also help workers in developing nations get jobs sitting in their own countries. The virtual staff will get international exposure while living in their own countries” said Dharmesh Shah, Operations Director, Optimal Virtual Employee.
“We ask companies to focus on their core business while letting us handle their IT manpower management issues. Our cost effective solutions provide flexible engagements, across multiple time zones without the issues of handling staff physically. Clients can visit our website www.optimalvirtualemployee.com to know more about our services. We will connect the global talent pool to any company looking to hire a talent in any part of the world. Since we follow monthly rolling contracts there is no additional burden on manpower outsourcing companies,” explained Shantanu Dublish, Marketing Director, Optimal Virtual Employee.
About Optimal Group
Optimal Group has helped several companies based in Australia, New Zealand and the USA take their businesses to the next level. The company has been working with all major companies in the IT and financial sector in those markets. The company has more than 11 years of experience in those markets.