CityZen Reaches Full Occupancy With Expansion of ODD Consulting
ODD Consulting Kft. has expanded its team on the third floor of the "A" category CityZen Office Building, which has an excellent Breeam rating, meaning that the building on Váci út has reached 100% occupancy, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
ODD Consulting has been wholesaling electrical meters since 2008. The strategic cooperation with Ningbo Sanxing Electric, a subsidiary of the Chinese AUX Group, one of China's 500 largest companies, has opened up new perspectives for the Hungarian company. By 2015, ODD had become the market leader in household and smart meters in Hungary.
The Budapest-based company, which focuses on continuous innovation and the application and development of the latest technologies, was looking for a new office and an operator with similar criteria before the holidays.
"Continuous improvement, constant monitoring, and raising the quality of our services are as much a part of our daily routine as providing our partners with a complete service," emphasized Gábor Házas, managing director of ODD Consulting. "It was important that we met with a similar approach at ConvergenCE during our negotiations. The location of the CityZen Office Building and the high quality of its services made the decision even easier."
"In our business, you are happiest when the amount of rented square meters gives you such feedback of customer satisfaction," said Dóra Papp-Vas, leasing director of ConvergenCE, appreciating the signing of the contract.
"Feedback like this reinforces our belief that we are moving in the right direction and that we must continue to focus on the diversity and quality of our services and on providing maximum service to our tenants. Full occupancy is also a huge responsibility, it can easily make you uncomfortable, so we pay particular attention to feedback, current market trends, and the latest technologies that are emerging," she added.
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