Conference rooms are expensive to maintain, so scheduling them as efficiently as possible means saving money in the long run. This can be difficult when you’re tracking schedules of people who work in different cities since they won’t always be able to meet at the same time; this can lead to scheduling meetings at odd hours or even canceling them entirely, wasting everyone’s time and money.
Scheduling Is Easier:
If you’re managing a remote team or have ever had to coordinate between multiple locations, you know how tricky it can be to schedule meetings and find available meeting rooms. But, that’s all going to change now. Check out our new conference room scheduling displays from 3M. Simply put up a display and easily schedule meetings in minutes. And, no matter where your team is located, they’ll be able to check out what rooms are available at any given moment through our easy-to-use mobile app! Our cutting-edge technology gives managers control over booking conference rooms in seconds…and what more could you ask for? We know: being able to see when conference rooms are actually being used by everyone else too!
Now Everyone Will Know Who Has Access And Who Doesn’t:
Conference room scheduling has long been one of those tasks that are notoriously difficult to keep track of. So many different people need access to so many different rooms at so many different times and it’s usually impossible to coordinate everyone’s schedules at once. With a conference room LCD display, however, conference rooms can be scheduled and booked as soon as they are free – offering up-to-the-minute information for your entire team. These displays also let employees know if a conference room is in use or not, helping everyone plan their time more efficiently. It doesn’t get much simpler than that.
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Everything Shows Up On One Screen:
Conference rooms are often booked for multiple purposes, which can lead to confusion and scheduling conflicts. An LCD display lets you see all upcoming events at a glance. That way, you won’t miss an important meeting in a room that’s scheduled for something else that day or week. And if you do accidentally book a room when it should be vacant, you have everything right there to quickly reschedule it and make everyone happy again.
No More Confusion Over Changing Schedules:
If you have to schedule meeting rooms at your office or business, you already know that it’s a full-time job keeping track of who is and isn’t going to be in which conference room on any given day. The information gets even more complicated if you have multiple employees traveling around from place to place. That’s why many business owners are choosing to invest in large-screen LCD displays for their workspace. With an easy-to-read digital display, everyone on your team will be able to see exactly what days and times everyone else is out of the office so there’s no longer any confusion over which conference room someone will be in and when.
The Paper Trail Disappears:
Conference room scheduling is a nightmare. You’ve got to coordinate times, find available meeting rooms, and check to see if anyone else has reserved them before you. Then, if you want to be able to walk into a conference room without a paper schedule in hand, you’ve got to hope that someone has posted or emailed out a digital one. And that seems about as likely as knowing exactly where all of your coworkers are at any given moment.
Real-Time Information About Room Availability:
Most office conference rooms don’t have a simple way to display which are open, or not being used. The most common solution is to leave a note on a whiteboard outside of each conference room, but those are often out of date by the time anyone sees them. There’s always an app for everything these days, and now there’s one for scheduling conference rooms. In fact, there are even apps that integrate data from calendars into your meeting room schedule. If you’re looking for more real-time information about when specific rooms will be free for use, in many cases you can just order an LCD screen that displays room availability directly inside your office lobby or reception area.
Shared Calendars Help Teams Stay Connected:
There’s nothing like scheduling a conference room and then showing up only to discover your teammates have already booked it. That’s why a shared calendar can be so helpful; you’re able to see when your coworkers are in or out of an office at any given time. For business owners, that means they can manage their teams much more effectively while reducing unnecessary back-and-forth between employees. For example, if there are two new hires who need to meet with different team members at once, they’ll be able to book each other’s calendars and make sure their schedules match up.
Staff Members Don’t Have To Worry About Printing Documents Anymore:
Instead of printing copies and having to walk back to their desks to mark them up, managers can send their team members an email with a link to access a PDF on an LCD display. Employees simply need to log in and make all of their changes on screen; everyone else in that conference room will be able to see those notes as well. Managers like not having extra paper floating around while employees love not having to run back and forth between computers. This simple use of technology has cut down on wasted time, confusion, and frustration—all while making it easier for employees from different offices or working remotely.
And No More Late Meetings Due To Someone Losing A Keycard:
Small, LCD displays have recently become a common fixture in conference rooms across companies of every size. Offering employees a quick and easy way to track meeting rooms can be an excellent tool for making sure that you’re able to reserve conference space without issues (plus, it helps keep late meetings at bay, too). By simply posting your company’s meeting schedule on a screen where all employees are likely to see it, it can be easier to maintain an up-to-date and accurate calendar—and help avoid confusion when reserving spaces. Conference room displays can also help inform employees if they are able to reserve that space—or need special approval from supervisors.