Streamline Your Corporate Relocation to Little Rock

Office MovingFor many institutions, the day comes when relocating your firm seems like the right thing to do. No matter if you are looking for a bigger workforce, lower operating costs, or tax enhancements, moving becomes necessary for a successful future. However if you are like most COOs or CEOs, and the concept of boxing up your office, your residence, and your lives is just more than you even want to think about, click your heels 3 times and call A-1 Freeman Moving Group. While we cannot exactly pick up homes and place them down in Oz, we can manage your corporate move to Little Rock from beginning to end--with one main contact to be the point person for all angles of your move.

The single point of contact approach has become popular with many other industries, so why not with corporate relocation? You only have one name to remember--that of the very experienced person who oversees everything from confirming dates to the tools needed to disassemble your office furniture.

Office Moving

Even if you're not moving the furniture and potted plants, moving your corporate offices entails relocating your office files, and generally your technology systems--even if you are obtaining new cubicles and furniture. Your move coordinator will communicate with the applicable personnel to prepare for disassembling the office if you're moving your cubes, desks, chairs, and those plants, with your IT department to make sure your devices are is suitably backed up, packed, and reassembled at the destination, and professionally and safely store your equipment and inventory while in transit. A-1 Freeman Moving Group also has record management that is HIPAA endorsed with the most up-to-date technology to recall your data quickly.

The actual move is commonly the most stressful piece of the relocation process--the idea of packing up moving boxes at the office and at home is overwhelming for even the most hardy souls, but when you hire the right moving company, all you need to do is discuss with your move coordinator to figure out the packing supplies you'll require, the teams necessary to pack, break down, and load, and figure out how this will all jive within your relocation budget. You will also have the choice to have specialty crew, like IT specialists who know how to safely move your servers and ensure your cabling is correct once you're in the new building. The same concept applies if you possess bulky equipment or items to move—specialists come on to the moving team to ensure a safe, peaceful move--from breaking down to re-assembly and verifying to ensure all is in good working order.

Employee Relocation

Asking your employees to move their families is a big deal; you should do whatever you can to ensure that you are doing everything possible to make the process easy--you don't want to lose your precious workers because you didn't give time to the specifics.

A sizable portion of the personal move is selling a house and buying a different one--if at all doable, work with a corporate relocation company to simplify the transition. By taking advantage of Sirva’s Moving Extras program, transferees can get real estate services, such as marketing the transferee’s house, finding a new house and assistance finding temporary housing while utilizing A-1 Freeman Moving Group as the household goods relocation provider. Then, your employees can focus on the other stuff, like getting their families signed up into new schools and soccer teams, and plotting their new way to the office.

When you give your employees this level of support for their relocation, they can rest soundly-- knowing that the specifics of packing up and loading moving vans, and then unloading and putting the dressers back together--are all taken care of. Full service moving really means just that--from estimating the rolls of tape to put the boxes together, to making sure everything arrives in tip-top shape. Working with a truly professional moving company grants you the ability to focus on what's on the horizon for your company in Little Rock, with the certainty of knowing the logistics are in good hands.