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Uvirtual.me - The New Virtual Assistant Service That Delivers Exactly What Business Needs

HOUSTON, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Uvirtual.me makes it easy for businesses to get reliable, competent, and trustworthy help from anywhere at a great price. Founded in 2014, Uvirtual.me is committed to simplifying lives of their clients by providing virtual assistant services to them all around the globe.

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Uvirtual.me will help people from constantly learning the lingo of technology. There are no more investing time, money, and energy into trying to make the systems actually work. Technology should work in service of people, and adapt to the way people communicate instead of forcing people to adapt to the machines. Uvirtual.me continuously evolves the ability to perceive the nuance of words, actions, and meaning to fit seamlessly into life, business, and the world. Their skilled team of professionals offers virtual support in a variety of areas. Our experienced, and reliable staff can help grow your business to new levels.

Uvirtual.me offers virtual assistant services to anyone. They can provide personalized, and customized virtual assistance service in areas like personal, executive, data entry, administrative task, social media, and much more. There are number of duties that your virtual assistant can do, from things concerning family (calling the baby sitter or dog sitter) assist in answering basic emails, meeting requests, online fax service, and respond to the simple phone calls. Uvirtual.me can manage your calendar, complete online shopping, handle gift buying online, book travel arrangements and make a lunch or dinner reservations.

The list of tasks a virtual executive assistant can help with is endless! Virtual executive assistant can do everything that personal can do and more - prepare daily schedule, take meeting notes by phone, transcribe recorded notes, put together PowerPoint presentations, draft letters and other important written documents, help with accounting and billing tasks, and act as a virtual project manager.

Most business owners or specialists find data entry to be a mindless task and feel their talents are better used elsewhere. Generally speaking these people are correct. A doctor shouldn't spend time doing data entry on patients when he should be healing them. Similarly, a sales person shouldn't waste time with data entry when they should be selling. Uvirtual.me data entry services can complete number of tasks that require attention to detail and the ability to type fairly quickly while retaining accuracy. Logging data into a spreadsheet or special software is a repetitive, but important task.

Social media is a somewhat novel and highly practical way of approaching clients and consumers in the very multifaceted and social online environment. Like everything else, social media management and campaigns are tailor-made at Uvirtual.me to fit each client's needs and goals and can include a variety of social media channels, blogs, partner websites and more.

When it comes to running a successful business there are a ton of administrative tasks that have to be properly taken care of every day. The solution is to hire Uvirtual.me as your cost-effective virtual assistant services.

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Marlon Landry

888.505.5002 x1

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