However you choose to compete, falling behind is not an option.
“We are a professional services firm focused on assisting small & mid-sized organizations increase productivity, by helping reduce support cost in measurable ways”
VProA’s mission is helping change the way Professional Support Services are delivered to meet 21st century cost effectiveness demands. Blending professionals looking to better leverage their experiences and education with accessible, under-utilized productivity enhancing technology, in combination with best practice processes, we’re able to help small to mid-sized organizations focus more on what they do best, by reducing the cost of things they don’t.
VProA delivers professional services solutions uniquely designed to help small business achieve measurable value creation improvement. Our focus is helping reduce client support costs, freeing-up resources needed to enhance productivity, and drive measurable value improvement. The economic benefits of our offering:
- Improved efficiency and cost effectiveness of our highly skilled professionals dedicated to individual client engagements, working as needed.
- Elimination of the cost premium, where higher priced core staff are forced into performing business admin duties, better handled by lower cost support staff.
- Additional client resources focusing on added value creation, made possible by reduced support services cost.
Backed by years of Fortune 500 practical experience, along with best practice productivity enhancing technology and business processes, VProA professionals deliver cost effective support service solutions previously unavailable to smaller businesses lacking in resources. Working from our efficient virtual operating platform, professional staff dedicated to individual client engagements work as needed, creating improved value creation which is easily seen and easily measured.
Organizations capable of getting the greatest productivity from it’s scarcest resource, Knowledge Workers, shall win in the 21st century…
Peter Drucker, Father of Modern Management Theory