Scheduling a meeting with MS Exchange

 

 

Meetings are a lifeline of any Organization. However, the process of fixing a meeting is extremely tedious. So if a person wishes to initiate a meeting, the process of identifying a time slot where all attendees are available, is extremely time consuming and usually involves making multiple phone calls and lot of emails going back and forth.

Using MS Exchange, a part of Office365, the complete process of scheduling a meeting can be streamlined, thus saving lot of time.

Savings by using Common Address Book for a Company

Using the Meeting Scheduler feature of MS Exchange Online , the organizer is able to save at least 1 hour per meeting considering average meeting size of 5 people. Now if we calculate average of 10 meetings in a month, we are talking of savings of at least 10 hours . If the average cost of Rs. 500/= per hour is taken , it means that direct savings of at least Rs. 5000/= per month . That is quite a decent amount !

To understand how easy it is to schedule a meeting using MS Exchange , visit

http://www.techgyan.com/Pages/SchedulingMeeting.aspx

with warm regards

Suresh Ramani

www.TechGyan.com

Blog: www.CloudChangesEverything.com

Microsoft MVP 2009
Microsoft Worldwide Partner of the Year 2011 & 2007

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About Suresh Ramani

I am a CEO of a Technology Solutions Provider "TechGyan" ( Gyan in Sanskrit means "knowledge") . My Company is based out of Mumbai, India . My Company provides Solutions to Customers ( Local & International) around Microsoft Platform. In 2009, Microsoft nominated me as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP). During week ends I provide Redevelopment Consultancy to Societies in Mumbai . The details of the same are listed on www.tdrmumbai.in My hobbies are reading Management Books . Like most of Indians , I love game of Cricket and Hindi Songs.
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