Truss Announces Two New Partners to Enhance the Marketplace’s Offerings
Truss’ Brokers Help Business Owners Streamline Accessibility to Vetted Workplace Vendors
Truss, an award-winning marketplace for commercial real estate, announced two new partnerships with Eden and Rightsize Facility to offer more efficient and complementary services for the business owners who use their platform. Eden, the leading workplace management platform, makes it easier for fast-growing, innovative companies to run and scale their offices. Rightsize helps business owners plan, furnish and service their office expansion, relocation or consolidation.
“We’re thrilled to work with both Eden and Rightsize as both businesses have synergies with our marketplace and the offerings we provide in helping small to medium sized business owners find and lease their office space,” said Bobby Goodman, co-founder of Truss. “We know business owners and entrepreneurs are incredibly busy and our goal is to provide solutions that help them accomplish what they need to do as quickly as possible.”
Truss aims to help business owners find, tour and lease office space or coworking space through a seamless process on their mobile devices or computers. On average, business owners save 19 percent on their lease and helps them rent space on average 60 percent faster than the traditional leasing process. Both partnerships with Eden and Rightsize allow Truss to offer more enhanced and streamlined efficiencies for business owners.
“We are excited to work in partnership with Truss to offer our accelerated delivery model for office furniture. The complimentary services provided through this partnership will allow business owners to find, lease, furnish and move into their completed space quickly and efficiently and to provide access to a comprehensive workplace management platform for ongoing office services,” said Mason Awtry, president of Rightsize Facility.
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“We’re thrilled to partner with Truss to offer our online marketplace of best-in-class services,” said Joe Du Bey, CEO & co-founder of Eden. “From cleaning services and handymen, to ordering coffee and IT Maintenance, today’s office occupiers are seeking turnkey solutions that are flexible, functional and responsive. The prominent synergies between our platform and Truss’ made this a clear fit, as we’re equally committed to driving transformation in the workplace industry.”
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