Case study

20 December 2020, 12:00
By Dean Music

Consolidation of non-core business activities frees up valuable real estate for a world leading investment bank

Look at any city skyline and it will be dominated by large financial services firms. Clustering has advantages – access to customers, skilled labour and professional bodies, while a credible address can be an invaluable part of a company’s brand. However, city centre real estate is expensive – very expensive.  

Paragon Workplace Solutions’ consolidation of clients’ non-core activities in off-site or near-site facilities frees up valuable real estate as well as achieving significant cost efficiencies and service improvements.  

Consolidating non-core activities such as reprographics and mailroom, to a single off-site or near-site location saves money, frees up space and can provide a better user experience.