The Top 10 Virtual Assistant Companies in 2021

The Top 10 Virtual Assistant Companies in 2021

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Everyone from small business owners to professionals like coaches and real estate agents can benefit from a virtual assistant. Your VA will take over the work you lack the time to do yourself, anything that is beyond your abilities, or just whatever you don’t want to do. This gives you the chance to focus all your efforts on the activities you’re passionate about. The difficult thing is finding a VA. It’s not that there’s a shortage — quite the opposite. It’s that the huge number of virtual assistant companies offering their services can be overwhelming. To help you find a service that provides high-quality work for a reasonable price, we’ve compiled a list of the best virtual assistant companies, along with the main reason why you should consider each one.

1. MYVA360

A virtual assistant agency with offices in Miami, London, and Vaughan, MYVA360 provides support to businesses and professionals all over the world. In addition to general VAs and administrative assistants, MYVA360 has graphic design, bookkeeping, and social media specialists. The agency’s clients are diverse, ranging from nonprofits and executives to entrepreneurs and Amazon sellers.

The virtual assistants at MYVA360 are based all over the globe, meaning they speak multiple languages in addition to English. The agency will pair you with a VA according to what tasks you need. If your regular virtual assistant is ever unavailable, the company will find someone else immediately. Plus, you can request a second VA on days when your workload is extra heavy, at no additional cost. You can choose the package with the number of hours you want each month (any unused hours will roll over to the next month) or create your own customized plan.

Best for: Access to a wide variety of services, all customized to meet your needs

2. LimTC

Rather than offering a standard array of services, LimTC focuses on customer service and technical support. The company is a top option for sales, back-office administration, and helpdesk services. You can receive support for your projects from idea stage to execution.

LimTC is aimed specifically at small and midsize businesses. Based in Kyiv, the company has served clients in more than 85 countries and the VAs are multilingual. The team is made up of professionals who are experts in their respective fields. Your virtual assistant will be available 24 hours a day and can act as your point of contact with vendors and customers.

Best for: Small and midsize businesses searching for behind-the-scenes support

3. Remote CoWorker

You’re unlikely to find a more cost-effective virtual assistant service than Remote CoWorker. Prices start at $5.99 an hour for a full-time virtual assistant, although you can pay more if you want a VA with more experience or a wider skillset. This is a good option if you’re unable to afford much now, but you want to invest more in VA services as your business grows.

Whereas most VA companies assign you a virtual assistant, Remote CoWorker allows you to choose the virtual assistant you want. After you’ve selected your plan, you’ll be able to interview as many VAs as you like, all of whom are from the Philippines. Once you’ve made your choice, you’ll receive a short conference call with the VA’s project manager and trainer.

Best for: Low-cost virtual assistants

4. Work Better Now

With VAs based in Central America, Work Better Now provides U.S-based companies with virtual assistants who are in the same time zone as you. The company only offers full-time virtual assistants, which means the VA you receive will work solely for you. Virtual assistants work 40 hours a week: nine-hour days with one hour off for lunch.

There are no contracts with Work Better Now: you simply pay $1,750 per month. You can cancel at any time without incurring any fees. You’ll always work with the same assistant, unless your regular VA is on vacation or sick (in which case you’ll receive a backup VA). If you’re unsure what to delegate, your virtual assistant can help you figure this out during onboarding.

Best for: Business owners who want a full-time virtual assistant

5. Prialto

Committed to helping you improve your productivity, Prialto uses a highly-structured approach. After you receive a call to discuss your needs, the team will draw up a plan that will help you improve productivity. You’ll then sign an agreement and meet your virtual assistant as well as your engagement manager. Your VA will be available between 9 to 5 in your time zone.

Unlike many at virtual assistant companies, all the VAs operate out of the Prialto offices. This allows Prialto to ensure your data remains safe through means including desktop monitoring, security clearance, and IP restrictions.

Best for: Companies and professionals who are concerned about data security

6. OkayRelax

All kinds of busy people rely on OkayRelax. The virtual assistant company is aimed at much more than just entrepreneurs — even parents, students, and freelancers use their services. The company is ideal for basic tasks like administrative activities, online research, travel planning, and even activity recommendations.

OkayRelax works differently than most virtual assistant companies. Rather than paying for the time your VA spends on a task, you purchase a plan for a certain number of task credits. Each task credit is worth 30 minutes — if you have a task that will take much longer than this, you just use multiple task credits.

Best for: Handing off simple tasks you’d rather not do yourself

7. WoodBows

With WoodBows, you’ll receive access to a team of college-graduate VAs, who will handle whatever tasks you need. All the virtual assistants have at least 10 years experience in the field. The company will match you with a VA according to the work you need, along with a dedicated manager. You’ll even be able to monitor the efficiency of your virtual assistant to confirm you’re receiving what you’re paying for.

Since the VAs are based in the U.S., India, and the Philippines, there’s always someone available to take your call. You can request a diverse range of services, including mobile app and software development, data entry, web design, and general virtual assistant services.

Best for: Professionals who need a highly-experienced virtual assistant

8. MyOutDesk

One of the largest virtual assistant companies is MyOutDesk. Its selling point is the low cost of the services, which are designed to help you generate more leads and close more deals. The VAs specialize in areas such as office administration, marketing, and inside sales. They work with businesses in industries including real estate, insurance, mortgage and lending, and IT, among others.

MyOutDesk only hires highly-qualified virtual assistants. All need to undergo a comprehensive background check, which results in less than 3 percent of candidates being accepted. The company then provides its VAs with the equipment they’ll need to carry out their duties.

Best for: Small businesses looking to grow without an in-house team

9. MyTasker

Another company that has its virtual assistants on site is MyTasker. The team of almost 100 VAs working at the same location in India.

In addition to the chance to work exclusively with one virtual assistant, the company offers its clients emergency support. Your request for urgent work goes to the best-qualified VA available — perhaps even to multiple VAs, if the work is too much for one person or your deadline is particularly tight. Services include administrative assistance, digital marketing, writing, and one of the newest services: business setup for companies that want to expand into India.

Best for: Last-minute task requests

10. Time etc

Offering services to businesses in the U.S. and UK, Time etc provides businesses with just onshore VAs. The head of the team is Penny Pike, who worked as an executive assistant to Richard Branson for more than 30 years. She created the 10-step selection process Time etc uses to make sure all their VAs are fully qualified.

When you sign up, Time etc will match you with the right virtual assistant for your needs and assign you an account manager. You can build a team of VAs to handle all your admin, marketing, research, and writing, in addition to any other tasks on your schedule that you lack the time to do yourself.

Best for: Entrepreneurs who want to build a team of virtual assistants

Free Gift

You have a huge number of options, even when just choosing from the top virtual assistant companies. To make the decision easier, MYVA360 is offering a free gift to all the readers of our blog. Schedule a consultation and you’ll receive 10 percent off our services when you sign up for a virtual assistant. This is an addition to our satisfaction guarantee, which means you can request your money back in the first 15 days — no questions asked.

Laura Holton

Laura is a professional writer specializing in content aimed at small businesses and entrepreneurs. She has helped countless startups find the information they needed to take their ventures to the next level.

Laura Holton

Laura is a professional writer specializing in content aimed at small businesses and entrepreneurs. She has helped countless startups find the information they needed to take their ventures to the next level.


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