How difficult do you find the scheduling process? How much of the technical mumbo jumbo do you not understand? Many end-users do not know the purpose of a bridge or an MCU nor do they care. They just want to quickly and easily schedule resources and want the system to be reliable. Today, I am writing for people who care about the user experience.
Scheduling a conference that utilizes an underlying technology should not be an overwhelming experience. Sometimes, the problem is that people that develop these systems are so technically advanced that they do not know to how explain the solution to us common users. When using a new tool, I sometimes hyperventilate at the avalanche of information; Between technical diagrams, product overviews and system requirements that come flooding in, I am sometimes wondering, do I know how to use this product and will this save me time and make me more efficient?
myVRM scheduling and workflow automation software can be complex on many levels. However, at the core of our design has been the idea that no matter how technologically sophisticated we became, if an ordinary user could not user our software in a simple and easy fashion then we would be missing our core audience. myVRM has always wanted to champion the user first.
Over the next few months, myVRM is going to explore, through a series of short entries on our social media outlets, the ease of scheduling through the myVRM scheduling solution for the ordinary user. You will be able to follow along with our posts on LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. Feel free to follow along with us @myVRM with #SchedulingSmart and most of all, ask questions or share your scheduling do’s and don’ts.