Avanta Clients Commute Electronically to Avoid London’s Travel Chaos

Whilst millions of commuters, and the traveling public, face travel misery due to the strike by London Underground workers, many of the 6,000+ employees of clients at Avanta’s 16 Central and Greater London business centres are avoiding the chaos by commuting ‘electronically’ to work.

London, United Kingdom, September 09, 2010 --(PR.com)-- “Whether it’s a public transport strike or snow storms, having the ability to log onto the Cisco Management user portal to divert their business handsets to their mobile phones or home landlines allows users to access business calls from any location,” comments Avanta’s director of IT, Inga Taylor, “thus avoiding the need to join the travel chaos in London.”

“The 21st Century business person relies heavily on cutting edge IT and telecommunications technology, so the ability the send and receive important business communications from virtually any location means that the slow and costly slog to the office can easily be avoided.”


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Note to editors:
Avanta managed Offices was formed in 2004 by David Alberto. The company offers highly flexible, unbranded office space, with advanced and competitively price technology, tailor made to meet the requirements of the occupier. In the UK it currently manages more than 630,000 sq ft of office space in prime locations in London, the Thames Valley, Manchester and Edinburgh. It also operates one business centre in New Delhi, India and in 2009 formed a partnership with Regent Business Centers, which manage 13 locations throughout the US.

Julie Williams