EMS Software Benchmark Survey Summary: Findings Showcase Value

Shasta Turney | November 30, 2015

Organizations globally are crafting Workplaces of the Future strategies. These strategies involve how to design and manage the physical workplace to increase productivity, attract and retain people, reduce costs, and differentiate a brand.

A key tool that helps to informs office design and manage the physical workplace is meeting and room scheduling software (MRSS), such as EMS. This solution serves many purposes, enabling organizations to:

  • Gather space utilization statistics.
  • Provide easy meeting creation from any device.
  • Support hoteling and a flexible workplace.
  • Automate tasks and communications for complex event management.
  • Eliminate double bookings.
  • Sync lights and heating/cooling to room use.
  • And more.

Organizations that integrate EMS meeting and room scheduling software into their Workplace of the Future strategies increase productivity, attract and retain people, reduce costs, and differentiate a brand.

Organizations that integrate EMS meeting and room scheduling software into their Workplace of the Future strategies increase productivity, attract and retain people, reduce costs, and differentiate a brand. To better understand how, we surveyed top organizations across industries that implemented EMS. The results include insightful findings and statistics such as:

  • Before EMS, nearly 50% of survey respondents were using a manual process for meeting and room scheduling management.
  • After implementing EMS, organizations improved communications by 75%.
  • EMS saves people an average of 7 minutes per reservation, totalling 1,951 hours saved per year per organization.

EMS Software saves 7 minutes to schedule a meeting / employee, totalling 1,951 hours / year Tweet

DOWNLOAD THE BENCHMARK SURVEY SUMMARY to learn more research findings and statistics that illustrate how meeting and room scheduling software improves productivity, attracts and retains people, reduces costs, and differentiates brands.

Shasta Turney
written by Shasta Turney, Contributing Editor

As a Contributing Editor for EMS Software, Shasta is responsible for covering the trends, news, and opinions about the Workplace of the Future. Shasta also provides in-depth pieces that help inform organizational leaders about the role, benefits, and value of a meeting and room scheduling solution within a Workplace of the Future strategy.

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