Are you considering a meeting room booking system for your workspace? The world is moving more and more towards technology-based systems and processes; this is seen not just in the technology sector, but across all industries. Your clients are sending meeting invitations over email, setting up video conferencing and sharing files from one side of the country or even the world to the other. So, while you are waiting for your clients to search online for vacant meeting room space, submit an enquiry from your ‘contact us’ form and wait for you to get back to them with a quote, they are booking and paying for the options that they can find in the first 10 minutes of their search.
There are many options on the market for booking systems and, depending on your requirements, there is a system out there that can benefit your business. By understanding the features of each system thoroughly you will be able to compare and analyse how the features will fit in with your current processes as well as the culture of your workspace. Perhaps it is that the current system simply isn’t working for you and you are looking for a complete overhaul of the entire system. Or maybe you simply want access to an additional feature not currently available to you. Regardless of the extent of your project, it is important to understand your requirements before investing in a system that may not work for you.
One system to consider is Meeting Hub, a white-label meeting room booking system that allows workspace providers to automate their booking process. Meeting Hub lists all of your available spaces on your own website with live availability and pricing allowing visitors to book and pay for their meeting room with instant confirmation.
Over the next few months we will outline the features of Meeting Hub and explore how these features can automate your processes, decrease your overheads and increase your revenue! Our 5-part series will cover the following topics:
- Part 1: Managing Bookings
- Part 2: Optimizing Sales and Marketing
- Part 3: Managing Users and Companies
- Part 4: Managing Space and Facilities
- Part 5: Managing Organizational Settings
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