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Understanding the Logic of Outsourcing Data Entry Work


Years ago when we lived in a small apartment, it was right for me and my wife to use the vacuum cleaner and shampoo the carpet ourselves on some weekends. Today we live in a much bigger apartment and prefer to call in the professional carpet cleaning team from the next block to do the job. Not only are they quick, they also do a thorough job. Not that we can’t do it ourselves. It would be just tiring. And we sure cant do the job as good as before, nor would we have the time for it. And frankly we still can’t afford a full time help at home in New York yet! Well who can?

It is similar with data entry outsourcing.

Those days, offices had full time staff to do all the data entry work and maintain our mailing list. Now we are located in Broadway and all our data entry work (we have lots and lots of data) is done from a remote location, which I believe is in the Philippines. To do the same amount of data entry work that we are at present outsourcing, or rather offshoring, my boss says we will have to employ more than ten full time data entry staff and may have to move to another place. It will cost us four times more than what we are spending on the outsourced project. Thus to us outsourcing data entry means,

  • Reduced expenses /saving
  • Freedom from hassles
  • More time for core activity
  • Timely work

Managed Outsource Solutions(MOS) is one such US based data entry outsourcing company that offers professional services in domestic and offshore online /offline data entry, key data entry, image data entry, numeric data entry, data mining, data cleaning and knowledge discovery to its clients in the US, Canada the UK and Australia.

About Julie Clements

Julie Clements

Joined the MOS team in March of 2008. Julie Clements has background in the healthcare staffing arena; as well as 6 years as Director of Sales and Marketing at a 4 star resort. Julie was instrumental in the creation of the medical record review division (and new web site); and has especially grown this division along with data conversion of all kinds.