Why did we “attack” the calendar?

Let’s face it, in today’s crazy world people are putting less and less time into preparing for meetings. In fact, with so many back to back meetings it’s nearly impossible to prepare for them properly. Now try back to back meetings with people you don’t even know! We wanted to put an end to this meeting madness.

But it’s more than that. It’s about making meetings productive. It’s about making a good impression. It’s about coming prepared with information you need to close the deal or make a sale. And that’s where Calendar.AI comes in.

Close your eyes and imagine that you are a freelance CPA. There are some days when you sit comfortably in your own office, and there are some when you are running from client to client. On one such particular day, a mid-sized client set a meeting with you, and includes, three members of the executive leadership from the company’s “mother ship” office. The title of the meeting is simply, “Expanding the scope of your work” which indeed does sound exciting. But who are these additional people? What are their backgrounds? Do you have any common interests or educational history? Wouldn’t it be great to be able to make a nice first impression?

There’s limited time to Google everyone or start checking LinkedIn profiles. But with Calendar.AI, you don’t have too!  We provide a snapshot of each participant and company background information you can use to prepare. Social media, news, education, etc. There is no need to spend time searching the web for information since we provide it all all in one, nice, neat package.

You simply tap on the company logo that shows up automatically in the meeting invite, and see all the information you need. And once the meeting is over, you can use the Smart Scheduler to book a follow-up meetings without all the back-and-forth trying to find the right time. Calendar.AI checks each person’s schedule and finds the perfect, available time slot to meet. Okay, you can open your eyes now!

Now do you understand why we chose to “attack” the calendar?

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