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Many workplaces use tools such as Microsoft Outlook's Room Finder, which allow office workers to identify and schedule meeting space. However, Room Finder does not account for business rules and group policies or work with digital signs or other meeting room interfaces and integrations. With a bi-directional integration with MS Exchange Server, organizations benefit from the power and logic of AgilQuest's workplace reservation systems within the familiarity of their Exchange client, such as Outlook, Teams or OWA. Save time and create a seamless meeting experience 01 Simplify Room Scheduling with Exchange Integration Simple and Reliable Meeting Room Reservation With AgilQuest's two-way Exchange integration working in the background, office workers can use their platform of choice to identify and reserve conference rooms with confidence when scheduling a meeting, knowing that the room they schedule will be automatically synced to the AgilQuest reservation platform. Reservations can be made, modified and cancelled in either the AgilQuest platforms or the Exchange server applications, and remain completely in-sync. All notifications, business rules and reservation flow processes will be followed, wherever the booking is made. The reservation process now can be done in a single step, using whatever client is available to the user making the reservation. Whether using Outlook directly, Teams, the Outlook Web App (OWA), the Mac client, their native phone calendar or Outlook Mobile App, users experience the simplicity of a familiar email and calendar interface when scheduling meetings. Not only does this allow for the meeting and room booking to be created at one time, the user can also add any of their preferred conferencing tools - such as Skype, Webex, Zoom or Teams - just as they always have through the available plugins. Exchange

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