CyberMatrix Meeting Manager Web is a user-friendly web browser-based application for reserving meetings and meeting room resource in office buildings etc. Meeting schedules can be accessed throughout your intranet or the Internet.
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Description: CyberMatrix Meeting Manager Web is a user-friendly web browser-based application for reserving meetings and meeting room resources. Meeting schedules can be accessed throughout your intranet or even the Internet.
Use Meeting Manager to reserve conference rooms, reserve board meetings, reserve resources, reserve classrooms, reserve church events, reserve rental cars, reserve driving instructors and even reserve tennis courts and squash courts. Meeting Manager can handle all your meeting reservation needs.
The resources that are reserved can be the rooms themselves or the equipment required for the meetings such as overhead projectors, whiteboards and laptops. The capacity-based reservation feature allows you to reserve multiple people to a single resource at the same time without going over capacity. Reports can be saved or viewed in HTML format. The HTML template feature allows you to modify the general look of the web pages the software generates.
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