In last night’s State of the Union Address, the President of the United States discussed how technology is impacting our world, specifically the business world: “The rules have changed. In a single generation, revolutions in technology have transformed the way we live, work and do business. Today, just about any company can set up shop, hire workers, and sell their products wherever there’s an Internet connection.”
It’s exciting to think about the potential technology brings to businesses from every industry. From DC government contractors and start-up businesses to privately-held companies and government agencies, technology such as Unified Communications, DC Telework Solutions, and virtual offices are making it possible for businesses and organizations to increase productivity and reduce costs.
Whereas it was once important to have a traditional brick & mortar business to be considered an established company, technology has truly transformed the way people do business. Not only is it no longer necessary to pay for permanent office space, these expenses have become a needless hindrance to maximum profitability and productivity.
Today’s technology enables business owners to have an entire staff working efficiently through home offices and other more convenient locations with the help of telework. Distracting office chit-chat and long commutes are eliminated, while employees have all of the tools they need to perform tasks as well as the much-desired flexibility to work from anywhere they have wireless Internet.
With this flexibility, the seemingly constant need for employee sick-time and personal time-off decreases because they can work around the things they need to do. Freedom from the cubicle goes a long way toward producing high employee morale and loyalty to the company.
Whether your business might benefit from DC Telework Solutions, convenient on-demand DC office space and meeting rooms or a combination of solutions, you can access the best technology has to offer through Metro Offices, serving the entire DC Metro Area (MD, Northern VA and DC).