"Enshored team has been extremely instrumental in scaling up our operation. From data entry, audit, to customer service, we could not have achieved all of this without their significant help."
~ Siqi Mou, CEO and Co-Founder, HelloAva
"We've partnered with Enshored for three years and have been really happy with the service levels and their flexibility as our business has grown:
- Steve Wiesner, CEO, PelotonRPM.
"Our company doesn't have a traditional business model, but Enshored has been able to accommodate our unique requirements. From the beginning, the Enshored team has been incredibly flexible and easy to work with."
- Debbie Shen, Director of Operations, Rocksbox
Download your FREE guide: "5 Proven Ways to Rapidly Scale Your Business", you will:
- Understand the difference between growth and scale and why growth doesn't always turn into profit
- Learn how reducing the variation in your products/services can significantly decrease the cost to service your clients
- Appreciate that by keeping management from getting bogged down in details, they can focus on more strategic, value-added activities
- Understand how outsourcing non-core activities is requisite to scaling your business
- Realize how improving your daily processes can reduce inefficiencies and drive profitability
- Discover how you can use time zones to support and respond to clients more quickly
Growth vs. Scale
There’s a difference between growth and scale. In fact, there’s a multitude of differences. From the definitive standpoint, growth is the simple increase in revenues of a business. Scaling is the ability for a growing business to improve profitability at a faster rate than revenue growth. It’s an active process, and it’s an important one. Why? Because when it comes to the way that business is run, every company needs to grow before it can think about scaling.
Savvy business leaders are attempting to grow AND scale. The reality of doing so presents some interesting challenges. As with anything that is expanded and hopefully improved, growth requires some discomfort. Growth brings new obstacles and more complexity. It’s important to see the obstacles not as roadblocks, but as key milestones on the way to where you want your company to end up.