The mobile workforce is here to stay and the traditional work day as we knew it has become obsolete. As a direct result, businesses are now radically changing the way work gets done on a daily basis.
Companies of all sizes are leveraging alternative workplace strategies such as virtual offices, coworking spaces, telecommuting, on-demand meeting and workspace, virtual receptionist services, collaboration tools, and mobile productivity apps in order to stay competitive in a fast-evolving and fast-moving world.
Businesses – whether big or small – can now compete, level the playing field, reduce overhead, add flexibility, enhance employee satisfaction, and improve their chance of success by being able to embrace scalability and growth at minimal expense and risk.
“Our platform Davincimeetingrooms.com allows customers to choose from over 5,000 work and meeting spaces worldwide. Our clients can reserve a space that meets the purpose of their work at that time – for just an hour or for an entire week – fully equipped with all the technologies and business services they need.
This is how people want to work, not only today but also in the future.” At Davinci we also provide business addresses, tailored live receptionist services and live web chat solutions to almost every industry vertical. Our services allow business of any size to operate with incredible flexibility while minimizing their corporate overhead dramatically.” – Martin Senn, CEO for Davinci Virtual Office Solutions
Davinci Virtual Office Solutions has succeed in its mission of developing cutting-edge services to meet the rapidly growing trends that have been evolving for over a decade now. Today, the company provides over 40,000 customers with virtual office addresses, live receptionist services, live web chat solutions, on-demand meeting space, and more.
“We continue to experience fantastic growth in all areas of our business. The marketplace has finally embraced virtual office solutions, outsourced receptionist services and on-demand work spaces as mainstream. A decade of mobile technology evolution is now allowing almost anyone to work virtually – our solutions are timely and create a win-win for everyone,” Senn said.
Small businesses and solopreneurs were among the early adapters of virtual and flexible work solutions. However, over the past couple of years, many Fortune 1000 companies started endorsing alternative workplace strategies, enabling their employees to take advantage of virtual office and workspace on-demand offerings. This more recent development has allowed providers like Davinci to service a significant new corporate market segment in addition to the already massive SMB space.
A recent interview with the CEO of Flexjobs, conducted by NBC, indicated that 80 percent of all U.S. companies now offer flexible work arrangements. Meanwhile, telecommuting specifically has grown over 100 percent in the last ten years.
Indeed, the future is painting a bright outlook for solution providers like Davinci.