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Hi there,

In our previous blog post about how to use meeting room statistics to design your future work space, you got an understanding of why it is crucial for you to know your work space: how do you utilize your resources? What are the preferred meeting room types in your organization? When is rush hour for meetings, and when are your meeting rooms occupied the least? All these questions and answers so that you can make rational and strategic choices about your company's resources, facilities in general, occupancy, utilization and so on. Choices based on data and not assumptions or guesses.

In AskCody we can help you get those data! By using our AskCody Insights module, we are providing you with valuable insights to your business.

If you haven't read our blog post about the importance of having meeting room statistics, I strongly advise you to do this first.

When you have finished reading it and you wonder "how is my organization utilizing its resources?" you should just keep on reading. In this, I will guide you through our Insights module, step by step and metric by metric: what are the different metrics and what do they tell about your business?

First off: for you to get...

You meet to share ideas, make some progress, gain some results, move forward, collaborate, learn, improve, grow. The is a reason that people end up in a ton of meetings every week in a professional context. It's simply the way modern organizations work these days. Therefore, meetings are an integral part of business life. Your workforce’s meetings are at the heart of your organization. They are where employees get together to collaborate and ultimately drive your company forward, possibly making them one of the most important aspects of your office environment.

In the modern days, with the help of vastly evolving technological development, people build information systems (IS) to ease and assist in execution of various daily tasks. It is not a secret that AskCody contributes to the pool of such information systems, and we are fierce in battling the challenges of everyday employee, manager, receptionist and many other crucial parts of the living and breathing organization. This battle is not easy and we would like to shed a light over some of these issues that we challenge ourselves to overcome.