Meetings Management

In the era of global fiscal, technological advances and institutional performance, organizations are re-evaluating their systems and processes with a new level of scrutiny. Rapid ROI is a key factor in decision-making. Organizations are looking for innovative ways to reduce meeting spend and create efficiencies in the meetings management process.

Successful meetings management continues to demand close attention from companies across the globe, as the challenges of effective sourcing, data management, return on investment and positioning within the organizational infrastructure drive innovative solutions to meet today’s multinational, multicultural business environment.

The aim of the module is to help the corporate communication department streamline meeting preparation and provide easy and secure access to meeting materials. It allows government and business organizations to save time and money by automating their paper-intense process, while reducing preparation time thereby minimizing the time spent while maximizing the productivity of every meeting. It provides a secure and efficient tool for scheduling, executing and archiving meetings. It helps the corporate communications team conduct the most effective and productive meetings possible in order to drive maximum business success.

An automated meetings management process helps to leverage corporate communication team’s existing tools and familiar workflows to help them capture, share, and then easily manage the contextual information exchanged in every meeting. It not only minimizes the time spent compiling and distributing team meeting agendas and minutes, but also saves paper and ensures agendas, minutes and meeting actions will be automatically posted thereby, allowing corporate communications department to reduce inefficiencies and increase transparency. It is designed to drive accountability, streamline meeting procedures and align management goals.

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