The main point with setting up a company with virtual offices is to save on costs and add to efficiency. This stems from the principle that a company can save on rent, utility, and staffing costs if it foregoes the need for a central office and then distribute the costs among smaller home or mobile offices, instead. Also, employees are likely to be more productive if they are left to work at the comfort of their own environs.
However, considering that costs of logistics and technical support services become too high, a business might be led to think twice about going into virtual office set-ups. There is, however, a solution to this. Companies are better able to save if their employees are adept at handling situations where technical know-how is required. So instead of having to outsource tech support needs, for instance, the company’s employees can take care of this themselves. This best works with tech companies, in particular, because their employees are expected to know all about computers and communications infrastructures, from basic to advanced.