By Bob Venero, CEO of Future Tech Enterprise Inc
Joan is a new addition to the Future Tech team. We love her.
And, you will too.
Joan is easy to work with and available 24-7. She’s won many awards for efficiency, including:
• Red Dot Award, best Product Design 2016, 2018
• CES Innovation Awards 2016 Honoree
• Internet of Things 2015/16 Awards People’s Choice Winner
Made by Visionect, Joan is the number one digital Meeting Room Booking System.
She makes the scheduling of office spaces and meeting rooms a breeze. Just sync your calendars with Google Suite, Office 365, Outlook or iCalendar, and Joan displays upcoming schedules and eliminates double booking mistakes.
Since she’s fluent in 19 languages, including, Klingon, Joan can be used worldwide. That’s right, the language spoken by the warrior tribe of aliens called Klingons in the popular science fiction franchise Star Trek is one of Joan’s language settings.
Also, Joan’s unique “Insights” feature provides detailed analytics to power your meetings and make smart workspace decisions. See things like room utilization rates, who books the most meetings, how many meetings are “no shows” and more.
Want Future Tech to help you meet Joan? Contact us at email@example.com
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Bob Venero is the CEO and founder of Future Tech Enterprise, Inc., an award-winning, global IT solutions provider with capabilities in 170 countries. One of the largest companies headquartered on Long Island, Future Tech is a partner-of-choice for leading organizations in the aerospace, defense, education, energy, healthcare, and manufacturing sectors. A member of the prestigious Forbes Technology Council, Bob is frequently quoted in leading business and IT trade media about key industry trends, technology developments, corporate culture and succeeding as an entrepreneur. Bob has appeared in a wide range of media, including Forbes, Buzzfeed, Fierce CEO, Channel Reseller News (CRN), CIO, Information Week, Entrepreneur, Inc., and more. Along with leading Future Tech, Bob is a board member of numerous organizations – Suffolk County’s Economic Development Team and Workforce Investment Board, Stony Brook University, Good Samaritan Hospital, Insource America, and Everything Channel Inc.