Amidst global health and economic crises, how can businesses stay ahead of the game?

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During challenging times, it pays for businesses to have the right partner to help them find critical areas within their operations that could be optimized. Because if a global economic crisis rattles the world’s biggest brands, what more for startups and emerging businesses?

Have you ever felt you were having the most incredible day of your life, and then, in an instant, everything came crashing down? Say, for example, you are having a much-deserved shopping spree when, while you were at the counter to pay for your 21st purchase for the day, you maxed out your credit card. Or you are enjoying a supposedly all-expenses-paid vacation when, suddenly, the hotel manager tells you that your supposedly all-inclusive voucher does not include the food you consumed.

These things happen. Especially in businesses, too, although often to a more severe degree. A luxury brand may be celebrating its 100,000th new follower on Instagram tonight, only to be greeted by a data leak crisis the next day. Or a high-tech company may go on a media tour to announce its recent tech breakthroughs, but behind that flashy news is the regrettable need to downsize, cut costs, and streamline operations amidst record-high inflation.

Unfortunately, these scenarios are real and especially felt in today’s unprecedented times, which is why it pays for businesses to have the right partner to help them find critical areas within their operations that could be optimized. Because if a global economic crisis rattles the world’s biggest brands, what more for startups and emerging businesses?

This is the same reason why TaskUs gave birth to a new kind of consulting program called Optimizer. The solution helps businesses identify and leverage key opportunities within their operations to increase efficiency and reduce costs quickly without any risk to the brand or its operations. 

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TaskUs’ newest consulting model, Optimizer, helps businesses identify and leverage key opportunities within their operations to increase efficiency and reduce costs quickly without any risk to the brand or its operations. 

Like Optimizer, TaskUs was also born amidst a global economic crisis; it started back in 2008 when The Great Recession hit the United States. But what started with only seven employees in a small office atop a vulcanizing shop in Cavite, Philippines, TaskUs is now a publicly traded company with more than 45,300 employees across 13 countries as of June this year and a multi-awarded organization for its best-in-class services and employee benefits. The company is also the trusted outsourcing partner of over 100 of the world’s most innovative, disruptive, and fast-growing brands across over 10 industries.

The TaskUs Story proves that despite the odds, opportunities and success are possible when you partner with the right people–clients and teammates alike. Optimizer also aims to do this for businesses that need to stay afloat and get ahead of the game.

Optimizer is also visible proof of TaskUs’ “You+Us” formula: TaskUs stays with its clients for the long haul and prepares them to weather and thrive amidst any storm. Over the years, TaskUs has remained true to this secret formula, which was also used in developing Optimizer.

Optimizer is unlike any other. It combines TaskUs’ years of expertise in outsourcing and consulting to examine the full scope of a business’s operations using an approach focused on identifying opportunities to leverage technology, enhance processes, and better staff alignment—all while reducing operating expenses without sacrificing customer experience or brand reputation.

Maxing out your credit card or finding out about hidden charges of a supposedly all-expenses-paid vacation are terrible experiences for consumers, the same as facing cybersecurity issues or having to downsize for businesses. Don’t wait for the first signs of the storm. Be smart, set, and stormproof amidst a great disturbance.