Updated: Apr 22, 2019
A two-phase move doesn’t have to mean two times as stressful. Let’s work together! Check out our blog to see how we managed LiveRamp’s transition from 8 Penn Center to Convene to the Bailey Building.
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GO/office was very excited to get to work with LiveRamp, another brilliant STEM company in Philadelphia. They are focused on the Technology sector and it was a wonderful opportunity to work with them. GO/office was able to provide instrumental logistical assistance.
LiveRamp is a Saas (software as a service) company with offices located across the United States. They supply a data platform to their clients. Their Philadelphia location is one of fourteen (14) offices globally.
This collaboration was heavily reliant on GO/office’s team process. LiveRamp was moving out of their space in 8 Penn Center that they had occupied for ten years. Due to incomplete renovations, their space new space was not ready at the time their lease was terminated. GO/office managed this two-phase move from 8 Penn Center to Convene, a coworking space that Live Ramp occupied for two months, to the Bailey Building, their permanent home.
This personification of GO/office’s team process was evident in GO/office’s work with LiveRamp’s IT department. The collaboration went smoothly as GO/office shared much of the work of breaking down and setting up the IT equipment at each location.
After being in the same space for ten years, LiveRamp accumulated a lot of items. Before any move, it is critical to prioritize and downsize in order to save money. GO/office assisted LiveRamp with this important process. Many items were thrown away or donated prior to move day. GO/office used their talents with furniture disposition and brokerage to save LiveRamp money and time on move day. GO/office brokered furniture deals on behalf of LiveRamp to nonprofit organizations. GO/office looks forward to showing more companies how we can be your greatest asset in a move.