We have three ways to use our meeting room touch screens:
Learn more about meeting room screen compatibility.
Our meeting room screens sit outside your meeting rooms and indicate whether a room is free or booked. If the meeting room has not been booked the LED light on the screen will be green, keeping it free for other users to book. But if the meeting room has been booked and the host fails to turn up and check into the meeting, the auto-bump feature will free up the meeting room for another user to book.
Using a meeting room booking system allows simpler management and visibility of who booked what space. Combined with Condeco meeting room screens to clearly show the occupancy status of the meeting room and when it will next be available to staff. The red, amber and green lights indicate whether the meeting room is booked, occupied or free to prevent double-booking of meeting rooms. If a meeting room is booked, you will not be able to book the room for that time slot.
We have four simple ways you can book a meeting room through Condeco:
Meeting Room Screens can be mounted to solid or partition walls using the mounting plate supplied in the box, and suitable fixings. We can also supply mountings for fixing screens onto glass walls.
For more information on the benefits of installing meeting room screens, read this article.
The best way to book and manage your meeting rooms is with a meeting room scheduling solution. We offer two options depending on your business requirements.
If you want a more advanced solution our meeting room booking software enables you to manage your rooms, services, and visitors all in one tool and works seamlessly with our meeting room screens. If you want a more basic solution to book and manage your meeting rooms, our meeting room screens can connect to Microsoft Exchange or Google G Suite room calendars.
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