field (noun, field \ fiːld \) office (noun, of-fice, \ ˈɑːfɪs \)
Definition: is an office that is remotely located from the business’s main office (headquarters). Opening new field offices for a business serves a couple of purposes. A field office allows customers to get physical access to business, receive information directly from company’s representatives, and have face-to-face interactions with company employees. Field offices help provide better customer support, especially in large companies that need to be spread widely in geographical regions. Field offices also serve to monitor the events and the business environment in specific field locations, allowing for a better-conducted market research. They also help customers cut down the travel time when purchasing a product or a service.
In a Sentence:
We need to send two more representatives to our Boston field office.
We are planning to open fifteen new field offices next year since the company is growing rapidly.
They have decided to stop opening field offices in remote locations and to concentrate more on the existing facilities.
Synonyms and related words: branch office, regional office, headquarters office, central office, branch office manager, home office