Hi, I'm Amy.
I help business leaders build successful teams offshore, first time around.
Offshoring First Timer?
Or ready to continue building?
Deciding you want to offshore is one thing, navigating the market and implementing it successfully is another.
I partner with leaders to uncover whether offshoring is the right solution for your business and if it is, simplifying the implementation process and building high performance, profitable teams offshore.
It's simple - We bring the best career opportunities to amazing people and we give our clients the knowledge, tools and systems for a successful, sustainable offshoring partnership.
It's no secret - we're all desperate to hire great people and the talent shortage is a REAL thing. Hiring offshore opens up a huge talent pool of experienced and qualified people. Lightening your hiring headache locally.
How much more valuable work could your local team do if you could remove the tasks that take the majority of their time, freeing them up to focus on revenue generating work and important projects?
Global teams brings diversity of experience and thought to your business, which increases creativity and problem solving abilities within your teams.
If you could offshore roles that would typically cost you 3x locally what impact would that make to your profits?
"Amy and Frank Consult supported Zonda People as it transitioned its Filipino team from a freelance to employee model.
We needed an expert in the Filipino BPO model and government legislation, but we also required the guidance of a savvy project manager that could move this forward for us at a somewhat unrealistic timeline. Sorry, Amy!
Amy delivered to the scope of works, and then some, the whole while embedding herself in the business as a peer and colleague, rather than a subcontractor. Her knowledge gained her credibility with stakeholders quickly, but it was her personality and drive that really cemented these relationships.
She’s heaps of fun balanced with pragmatism – I’d absolutely work with Amy again, and will continue to refer her."
Martin Longstaff, Zonda People