Davinci Targets Mobile Workers With New Virtual Office WebsiteSALT LAKE CITY, UT—When mobile workers talk, we listen! And mobile workers are talking—on smartphones. But mobile workers are doing much more than talking on their smartphones, they are searching for products and services that make their lives easier.
That’s why Davinci Virtual Office Solutions has rolled out its first website exclusively designed for smartphone-toting mobile workers. The new site has been built from the ground up to give iPhone and Android smart phone visitors an easy to navigate and properly formatted website experience.
"The release of Davinci's new website designed exclusively for mobile smart phone users shows our commitment to provide visitors with the best website experience possible,” says Bill Grodnik, CEO of Davinci Virtual. “We have seen a very strong increase in web searches performed from mobile devices so it was only logical to build a site that is designed for it.”
With the mobile worker population set to reach 1.3 billion by 2015, according to IDC, Davinci Virtual Office Solutions is priming the pump. We understand that virtual office technologies are part and parcel of the productive mobile worker’s mandate. By offering a mobile-friendly website, mobile workers and other entrepreneurs on the run can find what they need in a few clicks and with a clean presentation.
Davinci Virtual provides virtual office solutions to over 10,000 companies and entrepreneurs in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Central America, Asia and Australia. The company also offers virtual live receptionist services, hosted business phone solutions, virtual assistant support, live web chat and over 900 virtual office locations including virtual offices in London, NYC, Los Angeles, virtual offices in San Francisco and any other metropolitan area throughout the world. Over 25,000 clients have chosen Davinci for their Live Receptionist Services, Prime Business Addresses and Flexible Meeting Spaces needs.
"Our customer base is mainly comprised of mobile professionals and entrepreneurs on the go,” Grodnik adds. “We always need to look at how we best interact with them.”