Where’s Free uses technology in an entirely new way to provide meeting and room scheduling solutions for organisations of all sizes, from the smallest venture occupying a single building to multinationals based on multiple sites.
Reports social distancing compliance and contravention in real time.
Reports social distancing compliance and contravention over periods of time.
Helps organisations utilise unused desk, office and meeting room space safely
Online masking off of spaces to comply with social distancing guidelines.
Find an unoccupied space at short notice to avoid contravening social distancing measures.
“When’s Good?” helps users arrange online meetings or teleconferences at optimum times.
It helps people to find rooms or desks, even when MS Outlook says they’re ‘booked’.
It overcomes the challenge of scheduling people, time and place.
It improves the usability of MS Outlook, especially on a mobile.
It helps guest organisations to book shared office space.
It informs office space configuration decisions.
Designed exclusively for Microsoft
‘Where’s Free?’ is designed to help Microsoft Office users get more from their existing implementations, extending Outlook‘s capabilities through a true bi-directional integration. Rather than a database of its own, ‘Where’s Free?’ talks directly to Exchange, using it as its primary data source.
‘Where’s Free?’ adds the benefits of a sensor-based Meeting Room Booking System to your Outlook/Exchange implementation – complementing Outlook’s functionality without duplicating or replacing any of it. If there are features or benefits that you consider Outlook lacks then the chances are you may find them in ‘Where’s Free?’ Minimal deployment inconvenience – with no costly migration or learning curve – is another benefit of our deeper, Exchange-level, integration and because the system runs from Azure, no investment in new infrastructure is required.
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