Melville, NY

445 Broad Hollow Rd. Suite 25
Melville, NY 11747

by Billy McCall
4/23/2019 4:18:27 PM

A more connected world means a more expansive business world, where business owners and employees are constantly on the go. These business travelers are always looking for a place to set up shop, whether it’s the airport, hotel, or local coffee shop. But when it comes to getting work done, there’s only one environment that checks all of the boxes: a virtual office. Here’s why a virtual office is tailor-made for entrepreneurs on the go.

A virtual office is convenient.

Business trips are often jam-packed with meetings and events, leaving little time for business owners to manage day-to-day operations. Finding time to sit down and respond to emails, make phone calls, and prepare for the day’s events is difficult, but a virtual office provides a seamless experience for the time-strapped entrepreneur.

Business owners can reserve an executive office, a meeting room, or a coworking space, depending on their preferences. Our experienced team will be ready to greet them and make sure they can get to work as quickly and easily as possible. And with multiple locations in many cities, business travelers can find an office in their desired neighborhood.

Another convenient way to manage your business while on the road is through our phone answering services. Virtual receptionists are capable of answering every call, email, or chat inquirty to a business.  Even while you’re mid-flight and offline, your business doesn’t have to be!

A virtual office costs less than traditional office space.

While business transactions are expanding outside of the traditional local service area, it’s still impractical for businesses to rent traditional office space in multiple locations. In many cases, even renting a single location is too costly. A virtual office allows business owners to pay for premium office space for a fraction of the cost of a commercial lease.

Not only is a single location cheaper for savvy entrepreneurs, but the network of Intelligent Office locations means they can rent a travel virtual office across the United States and even Canada. Each location is similarly equipped, offering a consistent office experience no matter where you’re visiting. As a business owner, you now can operate out of multiple locations without committing to a long-term, expensive lease.

A virtual office provides all of the necessary tools for business success.

Experienced business travelers can get quite creative when trying to create their own travel office. But more often than not, they’re left with a limited workspace that restricts productivity and efficiency. A virtual office provides all of the office equipment needed to thrive when you’re away from your home base. High-speed internet, premium phone systems, copiers, printers, video conferencing, and more – all you need to do is bring your laptop.

A virtual office is a professional environment.

Traveling in itself can be a huge distraction. Delays, tight scheduling, and an unfamiliar city can wreak havoc on business travelers. When it’s time to get down to business, you may need the consistency and professionalism of a virtual office.

An Intelligent Office location features a professional reception and lobby area, a variety of work environments, and high-end office equipment. Whether it’s knocking out your to-do list or meeting potential clients, the Intelligent Office environment limits distractions and elevates your professional image.

If you’re scheduling a business trip soon, get a quote from Intelligent Office today!

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