How should we coordinate collaboration in our flexible working world? Tools and systems don’t justice to flexibility.

For employees and therefore also for companies flexibility is gaining in importance in the working world. Behind this is not only the desire for flexible working hours and mobile work opportunities. But also the need to be able to individually design one’s own way of working. This should take into account personal preferences, priorities, but also private plans. Nevertheless, collaboration is considered to be one of the most important success factors. But how should we coordinate collaboration in this flexible and mobile working environment?

The systems for scheduling do not meet the requirements of today’s working world

A calendar review does not reflect working hours, the importance of topics, private plans or other time requirements. Not to mention that the calendar release does not meet the requirements of privacy. Thus, time is wasted to find an apparently “suitable” appointment, which in the end was neither found in an efficient way, nor represents the really individually most meaningful time-slot.

Our demands on the flexible working world need a solution that meets these requirements

That’s why we developed Scedule. Scedule replaces human intelligence. It suggests only date proposals that take into account individual plans and meeting priorities to automate the scheduling process. And thereby already integrates the booking of required resources. Above all, the premise is to protect the privacy of the personal calendar as well as the protection of all associated data.

You can also watch this to see how Scedule works in 30 seconds.