Jericho, NY, March 25, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- ACISCO, a specialist modular furnishings manufacturer, recently introduced a new line of trading room products as part of its suite of conference room furniture items. Available online at http://www.ACISCO.com, the new collection of modular stations for trading and financial settings contains 18 different configurations that are flexible and highly customizable per clients’ wishes.
“Much of ACISCO’s success has derived from our holistic, turnkey approach to manufacturing durable and attractive modular stations; we work in step with our clients through their entire design and construction processes. Our specialized staff of architects and project managers makes sure business owners are able to craft their office design layouts while also adhering to local building codes and registering for project approval before any construction begins. Another important aspect of our overall business model is that our modular workstations are highly customized to individual industries. Whether our clients work in healthcare, finance, or technology, our specialized inventory provides an efficient, space-sving solution,” said Meridith Zwirn, COO of the modular cubicles company.
Trading rooms are specialized environments whose spatial arrangements differ from those of typical office setups: it’s common for a single trader or investment banker to work with four or more computer monitors at once, for instance, and phone, internet, and electric access are an integral aspect of each desk layout. With those spacing and technical requirements in mind, ACISCO has crafted a diverse selection of modular stations whose dimensions and electrical outputs are customized to support that level of interaction. Whether a financial company’s project calls for panel-mounted trading room booths or complex, computer-intensive units of multiple tables, ACISCO is able to tailor its bespoke conference room furniture to each business’ individual requirements.
ACISCO’s elegant trade room modular workstations are produced from a range of high-quality materials, including lightweight wood paneling, frosted sheet glass, durable steel, and more, all of which guarantee that the modular furnishings will boast a resilience to wear and tear, as well as elegant and attractive design features. None of the modular stations manufacturer’s products require heavy-duty drywall construction, meaning that their installation is quick and inexpensive, with the additional bonus that modular units retain flexibility even after their initial fittings, so they can be moved and rearranged as necessary.
“Trading floors are unique working environments because they are so fast-paced, involve a great deal of complex technological hookups, and typically inhabit very large spaces staffed by a high number of employees. Those logistics can seem pretty daunting for office managers to grapple with, but our modular workstations are a budget-friendly, high-quality and completely customizable solution that will have an office space up and ready to go in very little time,” said Zwirn.
To learn more about ACISCO’s trade floor modular stations, find the company online at http://www.ACISCO.com, or call 1-877-5-ACISCO for a free consultation. ACISCO also keeps social profiles on Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/ACISCO.com and http://twitter.com/ACISCOFurniture, and writes a blog at http://www.ACISCOOfficeFurniture.com.