Serviced Office and Traditional Office: What’s The Difference?News
Serviced offices can provide cost-efficient solutions to the logistical difficulties of hiring and moving into a new office. Traditional offices are more likely to offer stiff conditions to the physical space and the terms that come with leases. DTSI takes pride in being the very first to offer a unique capital preservation model—fixed facility capital are turned to into more manageable, per seat monthly OPEX. The result? You can re-invest your facility capital and focus more on your core business.
Serviced Office Vs. Traditional Office
Ample Wiggle Room
Compared to traditional offices with long-term and generally fixed leases, serviced offices like the ones offered by DTSI offer much flexibility. Ample wiggle room makes serviced offices the best option for startups (even established businesses) needing quick, cost-efficient, and flexible business space solution.
With traditional offices, you still pay for areas you don’t always use. Case in point: you may not always be using your conference rooms for meetings. That’s so much unused space that you have to pay for monthly. Serviced offices allows you to pay only for the areas you use. Another advantage is that, the cost for the use of such rooms may also be divided among several other businesses.
Services and Utilities
While you may getting more space with traditional offices, serviced offices often come with better amenities, furnishings, dedicated receptionists, and their very own cleaning and maintenance staff. Additionally, utilities—internet connection, Wi-Fi, electricity, and water—are all covered by your rental cost.
Ready For Your Business
With serviced offices, you can move in and get your business up and running much faster as they are fully-furnished, equipped and operational. No need to wait for a month or two to set up utilities, decorate the interior, build IT infra, and other must haves for your business to run smoothly.
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