We suppose there will be no end to the debate on whether it is best to work from home, a co-working space, the office,  a coffee shop or a somewhere on a  tropical beach. And there may be no definitive answer, as all corporate cultures and individuals are unique.

But here’s an interesting argument for remote work. It comes from Brian de Haaff, Co-founder and CEO, Aha!, who writes in Forbes of his company’s faith in remote workers.

“It should not matter where people are getting the work done,” he writes, “as long as they are focused and working hard each day. This is one of the reasons why we founded  Aha! on the premise and promise of remote work. Remote work is working for us. We are one of the fastest-growing software companies in the U.S. and a 100 percent distributed team.”

Other companies, of course, have gone the opposite route. And an NBC article reported that that the number of U.S. workers who worked partially or fully from home dropped to 22 percent in 2016 — down two percentage points from 2015.

De Haaff says, “the most effective workers are the ones who do not work in an office. Remote workers are able to cut through the noise and focus on what really matters: meaningful work and being happy doing it.”