What Happens When She Says: “I Need Another Inch, or Maybe Two”?

Sounds like you’ve got a problem. Particularly if you don’t have the equipment to work with. Here’s the way I see it: you’ve got some choices to make. You can either try an extension, but that may not look and feel the same. And at the end of the day, you could potentially damage the equipment you currently have. You can look for outside help, but that comes with its own set of problems. You can always tell her to quiet down and be happy with what she’s got. If you know what I know, that’s not going to go over well.

On the other hand, what happens if the space turns out to be too small? What do you do then? Now you have invested in a solution you thought would work, and now there is no place to put it.

Now you can’t ignore the situation altogether because you know she’s thinking about performance, and that should be important to you as well, particularly if you have any hope of maintaining job security.

To all those who think size is not important, you better think again. Sometimes you need bigger equipment for greater performance. Unfortunately, you are kind of stuck with a one-size-fits-all scenario.

At 90 Degree Office Furniture we understand how size and performance go hand and hand. Most of the time you are stuck with the performance process that your receptionist needs, and you are most often stuck with the space there is to work in. Buying a reception desk off the shelf (so to speak) mainly obligates you to settle for whatever size “they” have available. If you need even another inch or two to fill a space or perform a function, you are stuck. That’s why at 90 Degree Office Concepts we build all of our furniture from the ground up to fit your exact needs. This way she has no size, color or performance issues. It’s the perfect solution for any business’s receptionist that thinks they need bigger equipment.