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By: LDI Connect on August 26, 2020

4 Things to Consider When Moving, Downsizing or Expanding Office Locations

Downsizing | Moving | Relocation

Business challenges developing as a result of COVID-19 are not new to any individual or organization. Managers are scrambling to arrange safety plans to regulate their office activities and may be finding it difficult. In this time of limbo, where social interactions must be kept to a minimum and rules around maximum capacity in offices can shift back and forth depending on your state – it may be best for your corporation to expand or downsize. An office move can be stressful – and should not slow down your business operations. That’s why we’ve put together this quick list of what to consider when thinking about moving.

Entering the digital age, the adaptation of remote workplaces has begun – and this transition doesn’t look like it will be slowing down anytime soon. According to Gartner’s most recent study based on 317 CFOs and finance leaders on March 30, 2020 – they found that nearly a quarter of CFOs said they will move at least 20% of their on-site employees to permanent remote positions. These numbers are only predicted to increase as time goes on, as senior leaders capitalize on remote operations as a creative cost-cutting feature.

If your organization chooses to relocate, LDI has your entire working environment covered – ensuring your transition and ongoing operations run smoothly. Our hardware & software, managed IT and unified communication solutions allow your organization to continuously run, regardless of employee’s locations throughout your relocation.

  1. Consolidate Space to Allocate More Efficiently
    • When you utilize your space more efficiently, you’re able to put your real estate dollars towards more worthwhile solutions. Our original hardware & software systems include name brand multi-functional copiers and printers, document management, temperature screening kiosks and video conference/team collaboration technology (with voice activated features) to ensure your office stays safe and functional. These systems allow your organization to maintain business continuity and operate as usual while you consolidate.
  2. Improve Collaboration with Strategic Downsize
    • In traditional office spaces, it’s difficult to promote collaboration. This is only further complicated by the current pandemic and the need to stay socially distant. However, by creating smaller spaces and adapting to the hybrid workplace model, collaboration becomes a breeze especially with a unified communications solution. Unified communications allow you to work from anywhere at anytime on your computer, mobile device, or cell phone. Our unified communications solution, LDI Elevate, includes options such as video conferencing, file sharing, instant messaging, screen recording and call transcriptions to keep your employees engaged and productive.
  3. Use the Move to Boost Network Security
    • Securing networks for office & remote employees is a necessity in today’s hybrid workplaces and is even more essential during your company’s move. LDI CONNECT can provide you with the infrastructure, networking and security solutions you need to protect your organization from security breaches regardless of location .Our services go a step further and also include the selection, procurement, and installation of servers, switches, and network components. There’s no such thing as staying too safe when it comes to cyber security measures, in and out of office.
  4. Keeping Premises Safe While You Transition
    • We’ve all been there – in the hustle and bustle of moving, it’s hard to stay mindful of everything going on in the surrounding area. Reducing your loss exposure and staying vigilant while you transition office spaces is made easier with our most recent acquisition of CTVI, a leading provider of low voltage wiring, telephony and security surveillance solutions. These solutions are are advantageous to any corporation looking to protect their inventory and office technology while they move and set up security in a new office space. From securing authorized access to offices and closed-circuit recorded TV to document activity, we do it all.

Long story short – the remote workplace is growing in popularity among senior leaders of the digital age, and it is predicted to stay that way. Due to the increasing adoption of remote working, moving or downsizing your office may become the most viable business option as you look to optimize your business. LDI recognizes how many obstacles there maybe throughout your organizations relocation, and the necessity of running smooth operations during and after the move. We have the resources and tools to ensure your company stays operational while you transition.

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