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Integrated Business Technologies has been serving the Broken Arrow area since 2007, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

Leave Your Moving Stresses In Your Old Office

There’s nothing quite like signing off on your first business space. It’s like officially saying, “My business is up and running. Visit my office today!” What’s even more exciting, however, is when your organization is growing so quickly that your business space becomes cramped or too small to grow unhindered. Either way, the way you set up your office is going to be an important part of running your business.

To help your organization make this process much more manageable, Integrated Business Technologies offers several services to aid in your business’ growth. Our trained IT consultants can provide your business with a plan to enable growth, while also managing it.

Moving Offices
When your business grows beyond its confines, it’s necessary to find a new office space where your business can thrive. Granted, this isn’t an overnight occurrence. It’s a process that needs to be followed carefully if you want to make it less of a pain. Here are the steps involved in relocating your office:

  • Choose your Internet service provider: It’s very important for your organization to have an Internet connection that can adapt to your business’ needs. If your new office needs to be rewired to accommodate changes to your workforce, it could take several months just for this process to be completed. Integrated Business Technologies can help your business connect with all kinds of businesses in the area, including ISPs who can help you get your new office up and running.
  • Perform a property assessment: We can provide an assessment of how you could arrange your technology to be most effective. This gives you a preemptive view of how you can set up your office for success and optimized connections.
  • Plan your logistics: If you want your business to be functional during your move, you need to plan out how this can happen. You need to make sure all the phones are connected, all of the furniture is moved in, and all of your vendors are squared away before making the jump.

Integrated Business Technologies can help you take the pain out of this process. To learn more, reach out to us at (918) 770-8738.



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