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Truss Launches in Washington, DC to Help Startups and Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Find Offices

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Jan. 30, Chicago IL – Truss announced today that its artificial intelligence-based platform for finding and renting offices is now available for startups and businesses. small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) located in Washington. "The end-to-end platform simplifies, accelerates and adapts the office search process for tenants looking for spaces of less than 10,000 square feet. Landlords using the new platform include Carr Properties and Washington REIT.

Truss uses his artificial intelligence-based chatbot, Vera, to gather and analyze the requirements and preferences of tenants to create a list of properties matching their needs. They are then able to visit virtually the available spaces without leaving their office. These 3D visits combined with full platform price transparency reduce the number of property visits by 50%, speeding up the process for everyone involved.

"The search process of an office space is overwhelming – we do not know where to start and the fast-moving startups can not afford endless hours to understand it," said Max Kamin. -Cross, director of product partnerships at Hustle. "I was shocked to see how quickly Truss was able to provide a list of properties that met our needs. Startups do not have to spend tons of resources looking for their next workspace, thanks to Truss. "

In recent years, Washington, DC has been consolidated as a major technology center and a home for startups to finance and grow their businesses. By the end of 2017, Washington, DC has welcomed nearly 2,000 start-ups that raised more than $ 935,000,000 in financing *, making it an attractive market for Truss.

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"Through DC, you see old properties being renovated, adding new systems and amenities that attract tenants and give them a better quality of life at work," says Tom Fuge, Vice President Regional Truss. "Landlords also see the importance of flexible leases, offering tenants prefabricated apartments and shorter lease terms. We have begun to see the trend in the booming sub-markets such as NOMA and Navy Yard, but we are now finding that it is continuing in other sub-markets, such as downtown and the city. East End. "

"Start-ups and SMEs were neglected by brokers, but not now," said Bobby Goodman, co-founder of Truss. "We are looking forward to offering these CD-based businesses a platform that will greatly simplify the process of finding and renting the ideal office space."

About the farm

Truss simplifies the process of finding and renting offices. Its web and mobile platform allows startups and SMEs to easily move from research to leasing. More information about Truss and how to rent an office space is available at https://www.truss.co/.

* Teleport.org: https://teleport.org/cities/washington-dc/startup-scene/

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