Category: Meeting Scheduling

Trump’s victory decreased meeting scheduling by 24%

However you voted, there’s no arguing that the 2016 Presidential election was one of the most polarizing in our history. And the result was one of the least anticipated by media and political cognoscenti in the past half century. We had a hunch that such an election and its aftereffects (demonstrations, self-recrimination, surprise exultation) might…
Calendar, Meeting Scheduling, Productivity

Setting Amy up for success

When a new employee starts here at we have a very well-defined onboarding process so they know what they should expect day one and week one and what we expect of them during that period. This process, which we’ve refined over time, sets new employees up for success. Amy isn’t all that different. If…
Artificial Intelligence, Meeting Scheduling, Productivity