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Servcorp takes virtual office offering to America

Australian company Servcorp has serious growth ambitions, with approximately 50 new office openings on the horizon. Over the next 12 months, Servcorp is opening new doors in Australia, USA, Europe, Japan, Asia, Middle East and India.

Most notably, Servcorp is taking on the business capital of the world and opening over 10 new offices on American shores for the very first time. Entering into an already established, mature market is a brave and bold move for the Australian based company, but one that they identify as having a wealth of potential.

Marcus Moufarrige, Chief Information Officer and General Manager for South East Asia, Servcorp comments “It may come as a surprise for some that we’re only now setting our sights on the US market, but what’s equally as surprising is that America doesn’t currently offer anything comparable to our serviced and virtual office products.”

Unlike its rivals, Servcorp has meticulously planned its opening plan to ensure it continues to offer a premium service and outlook to its clients by opening just one site at a time.  Whilst the expansion clearly comes at a time when property markets are still reeling, the real key to the ambitious plan lies in Servcorp’s IT and communications infrastructure which creates a truly global network beyond the physical realms of the offices. A fully-converged in-house IT infrastructure is still merely a pipe dream for the bulk of other providers in the industry, so Servcorp is keen to strike while the iron is hot.

Marcus Moufarrige continues, “We’re not afraid to admit we’re implementing an aggressive roll out plan and that we’re probably going to rustle a few feathers in the process. We’ve invested a substantial amount of time and money researching our new locations and confidently believe we’re tapping into markets that have yet to be exhausted. It’s an exciting time for Servcorp and our clients alike.”

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David Olsen

David Olsen

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