BenQ announces partnership with Meeting Room 365

BenQ has announced a partnership to incorporate Meeting Room 365 software into its CP Series of corporate interactive displays.

Reinforcing BenQ’s dedication to meet the needs of enterprise and SMB customers, Meeting Room 365 provides convenient scheduling and productivity suite integration on BenQ corporate large-format displays.

BenQ Australia managing director Martin Moelle says: “Leveraging Meeting Room 365, BenQ corporate displays are facilitating the evolution of best practices in conference rooms. We are committed to providing corporate users completely modern, efficient, and productive meeting room experiences.”

By implementing Meeting Room 365, BenQ CP Series, or DuoBoard, now displays weekly meeting schedule, organiser, and subject matter information, allowing users to clearly see room availability and book reservations. Meeting participants can also quickly access Microsoft Outlook, Office 365, Exchange, and Google Workspace via Meeting Room 365 integration, enabling corporate users, IT managers, and solution providers to confidently deploy BenQ corporate displays.

Meeting Room 365 chief executive James Futhey says his company provides the tools to keep an office running smoothly.

“Displays throughout the office guide your employees to where they need to be. These can be coupled with status boards, maps, and in-room corporate displays from BenQ, that work together to make sure employees arrive to meetings on time, and solves common issues with video conferencing, screen sharing, and collaboration.”

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