TechAIDBlogHow to save budget Working with Remote Teams
By Maria Tejeda 08/27/2020 1

How to save budget Working with Remote Teams

Working with remote teams has long been an option for many people worldwide. They can stay home or travel while keeping things in line where work is concerned. They log in their hours using software provided by the company, check in with their superiors and peers throughout the day by email or text messages, and work towards the company’s goal, all without setting foot inside an actual office.

 

Who Benefits from Working with a remote team?

 

The benefits of working remotely impact both the employee and the company. Working from home allows anyone to earn a living. Employees benefit from not having to commute to and from work and can take their work wherever they go in case of unscheduled travel or emergencies. They can also tend to their home responsibilities if they have any. If they don’t, they forgo exposing themselves to any potential risk of injury or sickness if they are disabled or immunocompromised.

 

Businesses can reduce the costs of their operations and keep a happy, productive working environment. One example of cost reduction is not having to pay for a physical workspace when employees work remotely. By encouraging employees to work from home, Dell has saved $39.5 million in real estate costs. As for a happier, more productive working environment, studies show that productivity levels rise and employee attrition levels lower when they are allowed to work from home.

 

Remote Teams vs. OffshoringWhich One Has Greater Benefits?

 

While offshoring seems to be the easiest path to take when working remotely, remote or distributed teams are an innovative option when shifting traditional office practices to remote working.

 

Remote teams are decentralized employees that all work together to fulfill a common goal— in this case, the growth of your business. They often reside in separate corners of the world and are usually fairly distant geographically, even if they reside in the same country or city. The teams are composed of global visionaries brought together by their shared ideas, applying their diversified knowledge to their projects.

 

Remote teams differ from offshore teams because an offshoring company does not bind them. These are individual workers taken from a global talent pool, allowing for diverse cultures to integrate and demonstrate their expertise at the same level while bringing forth different points of view that, in the end, will truly benefit your business.

 

Adding to this, by hiring remote teams in countries outside of where your business operates (especially when considering hiring talent from developing countries), you will be able to obtain the best talent at the best rate possible— a US web developer could run your business for $100,000 a year. At the same time, one based in Latin America could be as low as $24,000.

 

When it comes to working remotely, reducing costs, keeping productivity levels up, and donning your business with a global outlook, remote teams are the way to go. At TechAID, we offer fully integrated distributed teams that are ready to help your company reach its goals. 

 

Get in touch with us!

 

Author:  Maria Tejeda
Business Developer at  TechAID
LinkedIn: Maria Tejeda

When it comes to working remotely, reducing costs, keeping productivity levels up, and donning your business with a global outlook, distributed teams are the way to go. At TechAid, we offer fully integrated distributed teams that are ready to help your company reach its goals. Done

When it comes to working remotely, reducing costs, keeping productivity levels up, and donning your business with a global outlook, remote teams are the way to go. At TechAid, we offer fully integrated distributed teams ready to help your company reach its goals. 

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