More features, better functionality
YArooms, the meeting room booking software pioneer, has released an upgraded version of the product, with new features that enhance the user experience. This release brings together updates that cater to the needs of small and big companies alike, taking into consideration the fluidity of the room booking process, together with other attributes that simplify user on-boarding.
New and Improved YArooms
This Saturday ( November 3rd, 2018) YArooms is getting an update.
Are you experiencing problems with your YArooms Outlook Add-in?
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Where are you and your company headed?
Lately there has been an influx of digital tools ready to cater to your every need (and even some you didn’t know you had) to make your work days better, faster, stronger. But, as the song goes, our work is never over. Because, all this technology has managed to blur the lines between what constitutes work and what is considered down time.
Do less - Dream - Divide - Declutter - Delegate
Some people have been fortunate enough to get their ideal job while others still haven’t quite found the perfect fit. Either way, whether you love or dread to go to work, whether you work from home or commute for 2 hours to get there, whether you’re the best at what you do or are just figuring it out, one thing is common for everybody out there trying to make a living: there comes a time when you feel like you may have bitten off too much.
New version of the YArooms Outlook add-in available for installation
Enjoy the latest version of our Add-in for all your booking needs, directly from your Outlook.
Transforming the face of modern business one meeting at a time
Do you know somebody who is addicted to getting the latest model phone, car or any other trendy piece of tech that’s on the market? Are they first in line at trade shows with titles like ”The World of Tomorrow” or ”The Future is Now”? Do you have that annoying friend that preaches the gospel of ”life hacks” unto unsuspecting victims? If the answer is yes to any or all of the above then they might suffer from pro-innovation bias.