Evolve Business Intelligence has published a research report on the Global Virtual Office Market, 2021–2030. The global Virtual Office market is projected to exhibit a CAGR of around 20.6% during the forecast period of 2022 to 2030.
Evolve Business Intelligence has recognized the following companies as the key players in the global virtual office market are Intelligent Office, i2Office Ltd, METRO OFFICES, CLOUDVO, CARR Workplaces, Young Living Essential, ASEA, Regus Group, VirtualOffice, WorkSocial, CISCO, OBC Suisse, DDS Conferencing and Catering.
The global Virtual Office market is projected to be valued at $125.5 Billion by 2030, recording a CAGR of around 20.6% during the forecast period. Virtual offices are an important part of the flexible workspace industry. This type of office provides organizations with a range of services without the costly upfront cost that is typically associated with leasing or purchasing traditional office spaces. Virtual offices provide digital storage, communication services, and coworking spaces for a broad range of employees. Remote workforces are in-demand during the middle of an outbreak and IT is highly profitable. In addition to saving time, virtual offices are also great for businesses because they allow them to cut down on the costs of commuting, and make better use of office space. Virtual offices are becoming more popular among startups, small businesses, and large corporations.
COVID-19 has been challenging for businesses. They have to rethink how they work, and what their workplaces can provide for employees: safe, productive, and delightful surroundings. Since the growth of a locked-down society, it may not be as justifiable to overvalue virtual office services. Due to the COVID-19, more and more companies have begun working remotely this year. It didn’t make sense for tiny companies to lease expensive office space when they could work together as a team from any location in the pre-pandemic years. People argue that home-based business owners don’t have the same advantages as those with a physical location. But you can use a virtual office to take advantage of many of the benefits, such as employees and employers continuing to profit and tailoring it to your organization’s needs.
The global Virtual Office market has been segmented based on the type, service, end-user, and region.
By Type, the Virtual Office market is segmented based on Cloud-Based, Web-Based, and Others. The Cloud-Based segment is expected to dominate the market, due to the increasing usage of SD-WAN, a cloud-based product, that is suitable for companies switching to or expanding their distributed workforce. Virtual Office provides IT teams with network access, administration, and visibility into the work-at-home environment, as remote workers with network security that is as near to being on the corporate WAN as possible.
By Service, the Virtual Office market is segmented based on Teleconferencing, Videoconferencing, Team Apps, Remote Working Access, Cloud Storage, and Others. The remote working access segment is expected to have the largest market share, due to the growing trend toward a more flexible style of working, including the usage of virtual offices, and a growing number of telecommuters and small businesses that prefer virtual offices as a less expensive and more cost-effective alternative.
Based on End-User, the Virtual Office market is segmented based on Freelancers, Start-ups, ITES Services, Government Organizations, Large Organizations, Others. A virtual office allows large corporations to test new markets. Companies looking to enter new markets can test their concepts in a virtual office without risking financial loss. The necessity for a pricey long-term lease in an unfamiliar location is eliminated with a virtual office.
The Virtual Office market is divided into four regions: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and South America. The North American region is projected to have the largest share of the global Virtual Office market, followed by Europe and the Asia Pacific region. Virtual office facilities are growing rapidly in the United States and Canada, but few businesses use these sites to their full advantage. There are many benefits to choosing a virtual office, such as greater flexibility and lower overhead costs.