Overwhelmed by onboarding
UpSteam's business model is heavily reliant on a fleet of external contractors. But onboarding new additions individually was time consuming for the management team. And adding contractors as employees left them drowning in overhead costs from their bloated headcount. Here's how Xolo Teams helped them trim down time and money spent while making it easier to enter new markets.
Accounts receivable growing pains
Trash Gang is a new-age cyber community that connects artists from across the globe. What started out as a simple Facebook page has grown into a movement with millions of followers on social media. What do you do when you go from working from a handful of international contractors to 30+ at the same time? Here's how Xolo Teams successfully streamlined Trash Gang's accounts receivable processes.
Cross-border invoicing chaos
Bandai Namco Entertainment Nordic works with a variety of different influencers from countries in all corners of the globe. The volume of individual invoices was already stressful, but with the added complexity of cross-border compliance and payment confusion? Here's how Teams was able to find a solution for cross-border chaos that their contractors love, too!
Business bureaucracy blues
Massive Narrative wanted to grow their business by partnering with freelance talent. But EU legislation is complex and outdated, which made this challenging, especially if the freelancer didn't have a business entity to invoice with. Learn how Xolo Teams makes it surprisingly simple for freelancers to invoice like a company… without actually registering a company.
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