Forbes Reports Property Managers' Panic; Virtual Offices are One Reason, Says Opus CEO

Office building owners and property managers are panicking these days, according to yesterday's Forbes.com. The economy, budget battles, and slow growth concerns them but what's causing the real panic is that technology, such as is available with flexible, low cost virtual offices, is making them obsolete. Opus Virtual Offices' CEO agrees and speaks out on the subject.

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"I wouldn't want to be in their shoes. Expensive, long-term commitments to physical office space can be a trap. Opus VO's virtual office solution helps business keep up with rapidly changing times." - Yori Galel, CEO, Opus Virtual Offices.

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) October 25, 2011

An alarm is being sounded by office building owners and office space managers, according to yesterday's Forbes.com. Business Week has recently reported the same. Why the panic? The economy, budget battles, and slow growth concerns them. But what really has them fidgeting is that they might not be needed anymore. Technology is passing them by. Physical office space will become less important in the future as businesses discover flexible, low cost options such as virtual office services. Opus VO's CEO, Yori Galel, quick to pick up on this report, explains why.

"Honestly? I wouldn't want to be in their shoes today," Galel says. With over fifteen years experience providing virtual office systems to small and mid-sized businesses, he knows the ropes. "Long-term commitments to physical office space can be a trap for a small business. More elegant and inexpensive solutions, such as Opus VO's virtual office solution, are designed to keep up with rapidly changing times."

Opus defines a virtual office as a complete business system utilizing the latest technology to create a flexible online workplace. It enhances a business’s professional image allowing it to compete with much larger companies.

Galel explains: virtual offices are just that. Virtual. No brick and mortar office needed, no staff to screen, hire, pay, provide benefits or even office furniture for. No utilities, no real estate purchases or being tied into rental or lease agreements. Technology has changed how business is done; permanently.

An Opus virtual office provides prestigious corporate mailing addresses with local phone and fax in hundreds of the largest U.S. cities. Live professional receptionists based in the U.S. only, answer phones, freeing up entrepreneurs to make their sales and provide their services. Advanced, digital cloud based communications takes care of the rest, such as seamless fax and voicemail to email conversion.

No wonder building owners and property managers are running scared.
Further information is available at http://www.opusvirtualoffices.com.

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