Beyon create innovative work environments which are open, inviting and also motivate and inspire their users.
November 21st, 2008
The key to Beyon’s work systems is providing flexibile work solutions for the commercial sector. The Beyon ranges break away from traditional conventional desking systems and are also cost effective. In recent years the company has gone from strength to strength, providing exceptionally designed office furniture. Since 2004, the international company has extended their services and entire collection into Australia.
Task and system furniture.
Beyon is ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 environmentally accredited.
St Georgeís Bank, Australia wide; Bell Potter, Australia wide; Capital Finance, NSW; Fairfax Digital, NSW; Bankest, NSW and Rabobank, Australia wide.
Beyon has a ’Mass Customisation’ service which custom designs products to specific client specifications. The company also provides a Project Management service from conception to completion of a project. The customer-driven focus includes design and spaceplanning, delivery and installation, responsive aftersales care, and reconfiguration.
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