ScheduleOnce 4.0 with support for services is just around the corner and we wanted to share with you a short video about ScheduleOnce Services: Note that since we have not yet released, the live demo and website have not been updated. If you have any questions about ScheduleOnce Services or the upcoming release simply contact [...]
During the last few months we’ve been working on a new ScheduleOnce release – ScheduleOnce 4.0 which will add support for services. We are about one month away from the release date and we would like to enlist your feedback. What’s unique about ScheduleOnce services? ScheduleOnce services are designed for any business that offers services [...]
We are often asked by prospects and users of other scheduling applications why ScheduleOnce is a better solution. In this post we would like to provide a summary of the key differentiation points. Quick process for the invitee: Our invitee interface is designed to support the minimum possible number of clicks, allowing invitees to schedule [...]
In most cases people don’t just start using ScheduleOnce because its the first scheduler they come across. We know that many users only start to use us after they have checked their alternatives. There are many competitors in the scheduling market and this is good for users as it allows them to select the tool [...]
The real customer webinar was a great success and here is the recording of the first part – The product demo. This demo provides a good overview of the main use cases with ScheduleOnce. We will follow up shortly with the recording of the second part – The customer testimonial.
Join us for a live webinar with one of our key enterprise accounts and learn why they implemented ScheduleOnce, how they are using it and what benefits they received. Agenda – Quick demo of ScheduleOnce (10min) – Delivered by ScheduleOnce – Using ScheduleOnce in the enterprise (10min) – Delivered by our enterprise customer – Q&A [...]
In this post we explain why calendaring servers such as Microsoft Exchange, Google Calendar, Lotus Notes and others cannot address the complete scheduling needs of an organization. To gain a better understanding of the scheduling pain, we will start by analyzing the type of meetings that originate from within an organization: be it a corporation, [...]