This PPO is not Preferred Provider Organization in health care systems. According to James Huang, CEO of www.bpovia.com, PPO means Person-to-Person Outsourcing. James Huang, who is the founder of www.bpovia.com, which is one of the first and largest person-to-person outsourcing service providers in China targeting English speaking outsourcing market, says the Person-to-Person Outsourcing will have big impact to a lot of individual’s everyday life and may change the way some small small or medium sized business operate.
Small offices, home businesses and even individuals are utilizing Person-to-Person Outsourcing services everyday through various means such as data entry, online tutoring and web design. Even invitation cards for weddings and other parties, personal assistant secretarial services like scheduling appointments and maintaining calendars are now being outsourced.
For the past few years, thousands of companies, outsource their business needs – and saved themselves valuable time and money. Now individuals can benefit from the outsourcing trend.
According to James, because the number of potential Person-to-Person Outsourcing end consumers and small businesses is enormous, the total PPO market in the US alone can easily exceed $10 billion.
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