Why Having a Call Center in the United States Matters
Many businesses attempt to save money by establishing call centers overseas due to cheaper labor and expenses. Implementing this strategy can quickly backfire, especially in service-oriented industries.
New Bill Could Dramatically Shape Bankruptcy Filings
Two U.S. senators have proposed a new bill that could potentially affect where bankruptcies will be filed in the future. The bill serves as a reminder to American businesses that one swift change can have a dramatic impact on them, their bottom line, and their rights.
The Top 5 Things Companies Should Do to Prevent Employees from Improperly Using Email
With a single improper email message, a company can be crippled. In a few moments, an employee can send an inappropriate email that is then blasted to the entire company.
How the Current Government Administration Might Influence Bankruptcy Filings in 2018
Donald Trump was elected president following his affiliation with a number of corporate bankruptcies. The potential implications of the election with someone with such a history remain both massive and yet somewhat unknown.
How to Best Protect Your Company from a Cyber Attack
Cyber attacks may steal confidential client information, release embarrassing information, funnel funds out of a business or corrupt business data. As the frequency of these attacks increases, the failure to put a thorough plan in place puts businesses in a precarious position.
Technological Advances in Claims & Noticing
The influx of technological advances has allowed the work of claims agents to be far more efficient, affordable and convenient. Utilizing these technological innovations equips agents with the ability to perform their tasks at a fraction of the time.