HappyDesk’s software is being used by shared space providers of all sizes, spread across 10 countries and four continents.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 28, 2014
Sharing-Space-as-a-service (SSaaS) software firm, HappyDesk, announced strong growth as it gains new clients on the heels of enhancing its platform, helping shared space operators transform the way their workspaces are sold, accessed and serviced.
Just as Uber is changing the ridesharing category by connecting cars and passengers, HappyDesk provides the complete software solution to seamlessly connect underutilized spaces and people, with minimal monetary and administrative investment.
HappyDesk’s software is being used by shared space providers of all sizes, spread across 10 countries and four continents. The software includes white-label e-commerce, CRM, billing, proposal templates and door access technology.
“The increased demand for our services reflects the progress we’ve made toward becoming the premier one-stop shop for shared space providers who are looking to improve how their workspaces are sold, accessed and serviced,” said Dale Hersowitz, Co-Founder, HappyDesk.
New clients include:
- New York Seminar and Conference Center: One of New York City’s most desirable venues for technology events;
- Agile Offices: Located in the heart of downtown Toronto offering fully-serviced offices of all sizes;
- Avanti Executive Suites: Offers multiple locations in the Salt Lake City, UT area;
- Lakeside Executive Suites: Features a turnkey offices solution for companies in Weston, FL.
“HappyDesk is quick to set up and easily adapts to our existing website,” said Shabbir Bilwani, Agile Offices. “Since I have been using HappyDesk, additional sales have already come in. It’s great and allows me to focus my time on running my business.”
A report by the Global Workplace Association estimates that the shared workspace industry is an $11 billion dollar market with more growth ahead as mobile technology and a work anywhere philosophy becomes more commonplace for all businesses. The interest in flexible spaces is growing as more than 65 million Americans define themselves as entrepreneurs, consultants and contractors. This population is fueling demand for small workspaces that can be booked on-demand.
Hersowitz says market conditions favor shared space providers.
“Large companies are reducing their real estate footprint and are moving employees into flexible spaces to save money. Solopreneurs and entrepreneurs are using shared spaces to escape the isolation of working from home and to have a more professional place to work. The industry is booming right now,” said Hersowitz.
HappyDesk's Sharing-space-as-a-service (Saas) software platform was created with a singular purpose – to transform the way shared spaces are sold, accessed and serviced. Space providers leverage HappyDesk’s white label e-commerce, CRM, billing, proposal, door access and marketplace to increase engagement. The result: providers enjoy satisfied clients, increased revenue and reduced administrative time and cost. Seekers rely on HappyDesk because of the endless amount of shared space options they can search and reserve. With hundreds of providers across four continents, direct engagement between provider and end-user has never been so easy or transparent.