In a deal worth more than Â£8 million over five years, Dutch-based oil company Agip KCO will relocate more than 300 people to a new Regus business centre in The Hague.
'Agip KCO needs a flexible office solution to accommodate its constantly changing requirements and work-ing with Regus has provided such a solution,' comments John Fenton, property manager of Agip KCO. 'We looked at a number of options. The Regus solution provided us with greater flexibility and assurances of a facility managed to the highest professional standard. Cost calculations demonstrated that it was also the most cost-effective.
'Our employees are our greatest asset and we recognise the need to provide them with a high quality work-ing environment. It is also essential that we find accommodation that offers a high level of technical capabil-ity to provide us with a secure transfer of data between our worldwide locations. Regus has handled our requirements expertly.'
Mark Dixon, RegusÂ' chief executive, comments, 'The deal with Agip KCO is further evidence that the global trend in structured office outsourcing is rapidly gaining momentum. Businesses of all sizes now appreciate how easily we can accommodate their needs, how flexible our proposition is and just how much we can save them on their total occupancy costs.
'We now have a large portfolio of global clients, including Compaq, Nokia, Fujitsu-Siemens and France Telecom, which recognise the common sense solutions that we provide.'