Quality + Service + Design + Value … Can you really have it all?
As consumers we want it all – the highest quality, the best design, all the services, and we want value. As a dealer or designer you want to offer it all. And, that’s why you need a manufacturing partner you can count on to have it all. Ever heard of Indiana Furniture? Odds are you have; they’ve been around for over 100 years, quietly providing quality, service, and value. Have you looked at them recently? Today, Indiana Furniture is more than just desks. They are design driven, reliable, and a true partner in service.
Sure, there is still transactional business out there – open a catalog, pick it, order it, ship it and done. But most of today’s consumers are more sophisticated and demanding. They want to see drawings, they want to see samples, they want to select the details – they want service. With the consumer involved at this level of decision making, it takes resources and tools to provide information for them to make a worry-free purchase. Indiana Furniture satisfies the client’s expectations with quote and drawing staff to support the decision-making experience. Generally turning quotes and drawings in 2-3 business days, the Indiana staff will work to make suggestions and provide solutions, resulting in a professional presentation sure to impress the clients.
Accurate quotes and drawings turn into accurate orders and clean installations. Every order at Indiana Furniture is built to order – but that doesn’t mean long lead-times and delayed shipments. With an industry best 3-week lead-time on nearly all products and near 100% average on-time ship rate, installations can run like clockwork, creating value by avoiding delays.
Indiana Furniture also creates value through the design in their products. Partnering with industry respected designers like Chris Carter, Jim Contois, and Ramsey Madsen, the product lines at Indiana Furniture have evolved beyond the private office. The catalog of Indiana Furniture products now supports the entire office landscape.
The One10 Conference Series (designed by Contois/Madsen) introduced in 2015 to celebrate the 110th anniversary of the company, is a clean, contemporary design for the modern office environment. The boardroom simply isn’t hidden in dark paneled rooms anymore! And, why should it be with this versatile range of tables enhanced by fully concealed technology support.
In 2016, Contois and Madsen expanded the Indiana Furniture table offering with the Tri-One Multi-Use Table Collection. This collection offers training tables, meeting tables, and flexible-size modular conference tables sure to meet every expectation with integrated power and data capabilities. This highly adaptable collection is the solution for training rooms, meeting rooms, boardrooms, cafés, or private offices.
Answering the call for more lounge seating, Indiana Furniture announced the introduction of Britta and Bailey Seating Collections, both from designer Chris Carter. Britta is at home in both guest and lounge applications showcasing a mid-century design that includes tables. Bailey Collection is a throw-back series that makes décor fun again. Go beyond the lobby and put Bailey to work with angled sofas, a spunky little ottoman, and tables to match.
All of these introductions doesn’t mean Indiana Furniture has forsaken its core capabilities and areas of expertise. They are still a leading manufacturer in the traditional-to-transitionally styled casegoods, tables and seating arena.
Which brings us back to wanting it all. With over 100 years of wood manufacturing expertise and their strong commitment to manufacturing technology today, Indiana Furniture is a partner dedicated to service, value, design, and quality. And, they have been voted Best in After Sales Service by INDEAL Independent Dealer Association 3-years running. Doesn’t that sound like the manufacturer you want standing by you?