For Sales Inquiries:   PH 491-7325   |   US +1 702 514 4096   |   AU +612 8311 0326   |   PH +63 956 938 1651   |   UK +44 20 3642 0519   |   SE +46 8 559 26 998   |   SG +65 850 318 67

As internet technology blazed its way to an ultra-advanced stage, the way we do certain things has permanently changed. Among the things that have changed is the way we communicate and do business. Communication has become so much easier and computers have become an integral part of how we do our jobs that virtual teams have become a sustainable model for doing business.

The Virtual Team trend is still in its early stages. Problems could easily arise in a virtual setting. We have some tips on how you can achieve success with your own virtual teams:

Rock your role

It’s important to set a clear definition of each member’s team roles. Clearly define each member’s purpose. The whole team should outline the tasks or objectives needed to be achieved to meet the end goal.

Share the information

Avoid hoarding information. Some members, especially the acting leaders, fear losing control or some members don’t want to overwhelm others with information that they end up holding information against the team. If you want to succeed as a team, every member should operate and utilize every available relevant information.

For easy document sharing, use file sharing sites like Google Docs or Dropbox. Your team can easily access relevant documents to the projects. Make sure to organize your files properly.

Task- tracking

Scheduling regular meetings can be difficult when it comes to virtual teams. In order to keep pace with timetables, use task-tracking apps. These apps feature calendars and scheduling tools that will help the team track the progress of their works.


When it comes to virtual teams, communication is the key. Clear communication starts right from the very beginning. Always take time to discuss things over meetings, whether casual or formal. Update every member of changes. Document meeting minutes to ensure that all members of the team are on the same page.

Virtual teams don’t really differ much from a normal office setting. What makes virtual and office teams successful are the same factors. It’s just that technology makes things so much easier and presents more distractions and the lack of physical or “human touch” makes more fragile.

Taking on jobs with a virtual team can save you a lot of money.

Interested in assembling your own team?

Try us! You won’t have communication or productivity problems with us.

Head to our services page or let’s talk things over.