Meeting 3.0: Goodbye briefcase, hello tablet!

Posted by Paul Neefjes on 08 December, 2016

It’s not just employees in commercial companies who are increasingly working with a laptop, tablet and apps – (local) government too is using digital tools more often. And also during meetings. Because it’s exactly there that major savings can still be made. Perhaps your first thoughts go to saving money on paper and ink, but you can also save a lot on the meetings themselves. How can you do that? The answer is simpler than you might think: with a digital meeting tool.

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Optimize tablet use through digital meetings

Posted by Paul Neefjes on 07 July, 2016

Professional use of tablets is becoming increasingly popular. According to a study by Strategy Analytics projects the commercial use of tablets will continue to have a compound annual growth rate of 6% through 2020. By then it is projected that approximately 110,2 million tablets will have been sold for business use worldwide. According to this study, a tablet is becoming increasingly important as a workplace tool and that therefore more IT departments have developed correct policies to assure the secure use of tablets in the workplace.

 

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Tips for municipalities to update their meetings

Posted by Paul Neefjes on 16 January, 2016

The average municipality will change drastically in the future due to aging, cultural diversity and regionalizing, among other modifications.  That is the case with one of our clients, the municipality of Utrecht. In order to involve their citizens as much as possible in developments, Utrecht broadcasts all council meetings live via the internet.  These live streams are coupled to the available documents, allowing viewers to directly see relevant records on the screen. The live stream is part of Utrecht’s transition to digital meetings.

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Vincent van Gogh starts with paperless meetings

Posted by Paul Neefjes on 08 October, 2015

With 12.000 clients Vincent van Gogh is the largest provider of mental healthcare in the Dutch provinces of Noord- and Midden Limburg and Brabant. People with psychological, psychiatric and addiction problems are treated here.

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iBabs is leader in paperless meetings and enables you to reduce these piles of documents to the thickness of your tablet. Hundreds of organizations have been using this system for more than 15 years.

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