Being an IT professional myself, I would want to highlight some basic points which I feel should be a part of office furniture. Firstly, the chair must be very relaxing for the body and it must provide a very good back support and should also provide good arm rest. Last but not the least, it should have adjustable features for height and arm rests. As far as an office table is concerned, it should be easily cleanable (assuming that an IT professional has lunch on his desk to avoid the exceeding timelines for the project).
So the questions still remain does your company even care about it? Do you generally feel aches in your lower back when you leave the office at night (recession time)? Do you, in case of this rare possibility, get a good night sleep on your office chair in case you have to stay in the office and work all night and take a small nap in between code builds? Does your office desk look clean and nice to spread your things once again when all the stuff on your desk has been arranged by the office staff/boys who work at night to clean your mess up? In the morning, do you have a positive feeling of getting to your desk and start working again with a good fresh mood? If you have never thought about these questions, this is the right time because you will never know when it is too late to react.
Sustainability - You probably dont want to have to replace the furniture anytime soon, so make sure it will sustain your business through anticipated changes and growth at least for the first few years. Flexibility - Can you rearrange and reconfigure? Is it free-standing and modular? Function - Do you need desk storage space? Drawers? Are people sharing the tables in shifts or are they individualized? Or will the tables be for beauty and design - not necessarily so functional? Maybe its an office "coffee" table to magazines, flyers, etc. Plenty to consider here.
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