The Total Office celebrates 15th anniversary
Dubai, December 19, 2012
UAE-based The Total Office, a company specialising in modern, ergonomic and environment friendly workspace solutions, has celebrated its 15th anniversary, further cementing its role as of one of the leading office integrators in the Emirates.
Founded in 1997 with Teknion as its first partner, the team and relentless customer focus has propelled its rapid growth, a statement from the company said.
Today, it is a leading integrator and supplier to the interior design sector in the UAE offering a complete range of products from leading international commercial interior design brands such as Teknion, Codutti, Emmegi, Blumohito, Casamania, CBS, HAG, RH, Manerba, Office Electrics, Orangebox, Idea Paint, Koenig & Neurath and Kusch & Co.
Over the company’s 15 years in business, it has worked with a host of architects, consultants, interior designers, and end users. Some of the key clients that the company has been involved with include blue chip firms and leading multinationals from the Banking, Oil & Gas, Government, and the IT & Telecom sectors such as Citibank, Microsoft, Boeing, JP Morgan, New York University, DU, Siemens, RAK Bank and Mubadala.
In addition, The Total Office has also delivered installations outside of the UAE in countries including Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar and Oman, the statement said.
Currently, the company operates a team of 60 people across three showrooms in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah and has a regional dealer network, which allows it to support customers and exceed client expectations across the Middle East.
“At The Total Office, our mission is to deliver products at very competitive prices and to provide first-class service in the process. As such, we have always placed our clients’ requirements at the forefront as we try to provide the best value and service possible to end users, consultants, architects, and value added service providers,” said Siddharth Peters, managing director, The Total Office.
“The keys to our longevity have been keeping customer service and quality as core business values and by showing that we understand our customers’ needs, we have been able to broaden our customer base and maintain strong growth through the years.”
The Total Office also has a strong commitment towards the environment and sustainability is a key operating principle. It has been awarded ‘Leed Certification’ for its facilities in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, which allows the company to showcase green building in action.
The manufacturers that the company has partnered with are also committed to creating sustainable working environments and so The Total Office is able to offer a range of green products including ergonomic chairs and energy-saving LED lighting, the statement said.
In addition, all of its facilities have recycling programmes with Emirates Environmental Group; the company is a member of the Emirates Green Building Council; and has the ability to advise and assist on projects looking to achieve Leed.
“Though demand within the interior design and fit-out industry has grown positively in the aftermath of the global economic recession, the industry landscape has become increasingly competitive. Nonetheless, we remain committed to our customers and partners and our aim in the coming years is to offer a comprehensive product offering that is supplemented by value-added services and consultancy. Ultimately, the objective is to build a trusted and reliable brand that moves with the market and we remain positive of the success of The Total Office in the years to come,” concluded Peters. – TradeArabia News Service
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