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FEATURE


“More than ever, the best talent is seeking organisations that


encourage creativity, shun silos and support flexible working.”


Seven ways conference room scheduling software helps you make the most of remote working:


1. It lets workers view all available work and meeting space in real-time – conference room scheduling software links to occupancy sensors that allow available meeting spaces and desks to be displayed graphically.


2. They can book space online – via an app or an easy- to-use portal.


3. They can reserve equipment and facilities at the same time – the software should allow workers to add videoconferencing, AV and catering to their booking.


4. It reduces meeting no-shows – conference room scheduling software integrates with digital signage to guide attendees to the right place.


5. It notifies everyone automatically of any meeting changes – even across different time zones.


6. It helps maximise the use of available workspace – by making sure it never stands empty. If no-one turns up for a booked room or desk, the conference room scheduling software will return it to availability automatically.


7. It captures data that helps in future space decisions – accurate data is captured to help the office manager identify how the workspace can be improved.


With all of these supportive features in place, a workplace is properly set up to offer employees the full benefits of agile working – and that means the organisation is set to benefit too.


Work will go on changing There’s no doubt that the way we work will continue to change. The arrival of artificial intelligence will play its part – as yet not fully explored – and it’s more than likely that demands for flexible and creative working will continue to rise.


We’ll depend more and more on virtual collaboration tools such as video conferencing as they continue to become easier and more convenient than struggling through traffic.


And mobility will continue to soar as workers – accustomed to accessing every area of their lives from finance to holiday bookings via apps – demand greater and simpler access to work via their smartphone or tablet.


It looks like the reimagined workplace is already here, and it will go on stretching our imaginations even further as working life continues to change.


Amid all this transformation, one thing is for sure – we’re heading into new working territory fast. And we’re lucky that technology is evolving at the pace our workplaces need to keep up and prosper.


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