3 things to look for
This post is not about how great our online room booking system is. Nor is it about how subpar others are. Tooting our own horn is not something we do, and we dislike brands that attack other brands.
(it's simpler than you might think)
It's amazing how inventive some of our clients are. Here's a quick way one of them turned YArooms from a meeting room manager into a resource booking platform.
A Raspberry Pi powered standalone Kiosk
Some of our clients use YArooms to book meeting rooms at conferences and events. Here’s a simple and affordable way of creating a booking kiosk.
Use Facebook Remarketing To Boost Your Testimonials
Just because you are a b2b company doesn't mean you cannot use Facebook ads to bolster your meeting room performance.
is about to go live next week
Last year's YArooms will always be our fiercest competitor.
(via iCal feeds)
“Do you sync with Google Calendar? Outlook? Mac Calendar? Do you?” We used to say no. Now, it’s a big YES, WE DO!
and know if they’re costing you more than they’re worth
“Guys, we have a coffee problem. It’s too expensive… and it’s driving this company in the ground!” - that’s something you’ll probably never hear in a cutting-costs meeting. But do you honestly know how much coffee costs you?
and when you should
We have nothing against Starbucks. Their coffee is pretty good, the ambiance is fine, everything looks stunning - it’s the perfect place to take a date or have a business lunch.
As simple as A,B,C
Listen to your customers - that’s one mantra we’ll never forget. Read on to find out what our engineers have been up to, thanks to your input.
More often than not, small companies won’t need any kind of room scheduling software. They don’t have that many rooms to begin with, so something like YArooms seems unnecessary. The keyword here is, of course, “seems”. Ready to dig in? Good. We prepared a use case for you, to make things a bit easier to digest.