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Top 5 Benefits of Cloud-Based Meeting and Resource Booking
Enhance collaboration and workplace flexiblility with cloud-based meeting and resource booking software

Top 5 Benefits of Cloud-Based Meeting and Resource Booking

Why move to the cloud? Cloud-based resource booking systems are becoming the preferred solution for many organizations. In the past, people had to download software to a physical computer or server and run it from there. Cloud-based solutions are based on the Internet, allowing companies to access the same types of applications on the web.  The benefits of cloud-based solutions speak for themselves. The following are some of the advantages of using cloud-based meeting and resource booking software in your organization.     1. Data Security When your data is stored in the cloud, you ...

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Keep Your Office More Secure with a Visitor Management System
Control access to your facility and prevent unwanted visitors from entering the grounds with a Visitor Management System from Add-On Products

Keep Your Office More Secure with a Visitor Management System

People form a lasting impression of your company when they visit your office for the first time, from the moment they walk through the door and sign in at the reception desk. The method you use for welcoming visitors and signing them in strongly impacts the opinion that visitors form of your company.  Using a more technologically sophisticated method for registering visitors gives people the impression that your company is efficient, organized, and concerned about security and safety. What’s more, using a visitor management system to capture and manage visitor data is far more efficient ...

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How to Reduce Meeting Room No-Shows
Using resource scheduling software can prevent no-shows from occurring because when you cancel a meeting, the meeting room is immediately freed up for others to use

How to Reduce Meeting Room No-Shows

  Meeting room no-shows aren’t just an inconvenience – they can also be costly for your organization if you don’t keep them under control. A report by Herman Miller showed that meetings cost companies between $30 million and $100 million per year. Studies show that an average of 40% of meetings are no-shows.  Meeting room no-shows take place when someone books a meeting and then cancels it, but doesn’t cancel the room booking. As a result, unoccupied meeting rooms appear as reserved in the meeting booking system. Other employees who are looking for a meeting room may not find one available. ...

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Going Green with Meeting Booking and Team Calendar Software
Reduce Energy Waste, Consumption and your Carbon Footprint with Resource Booking and Team Calendar Software

Going Green with Meeting Booking and Team Calendar Software

Sustainability has moved away from being a “nice to have” to being the center of many companies’ strategic agendas. IT systems and software have played a crucial role in helping companies achieve their sustainability goals.  Add-On Products’ meeting and resource booking software Resource Central and team calendar software WebTeam Central aid companies in doing their part for the environment. Both tools allow companies to manage a mobile workforce, maximize resource utilization, and maintain a cost-effective, sustainable facility.    Optimize Workspace and Lower ...

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Where You Sit Matters: How Your Office Neighbors Affect You at Work
Placing the right type of people next to each other at work can dramatically improve organizational performance.

Where You Sit Matters: How Your Office Neighbors Affect You at Work

Physical workspace is something that companies can effectively manage without spending a fortune, and it allows them to increase productivity. Placing the right type of people next to each other at work can dramatically improve organizational performance. According to a study performed by researchers at Harvard Business School, there are three different kinds of workers:      1. Productive workers: Productive workers are highly productive but don’t always produce quality work.  2. Quality workers: Quality workers produce work of superior quality, but they aren’t always productive.  3. ...

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