Why Federating Your Calendars Makes Sense

In our demo system and training videos, we present the Centerville Community Center, who also works closely with the Centerville Arts Center. Each of these organisations has its own Microsoft Exchange system; one is on premises while the other is in Microsoft 365.

Since they work on a lot of projects together for the community, they often have to meet to plan events. It used to be a fairly tedious task – check with people on both sides to see when they were available, check the availability of the rooms in each organisation, and then hopefully find some common availability quickly.

Then they got Agendex. Now, booking such meetings is a breeze, since they have a federated, united view of everyone’s availability, including all the rooms and resources on each side.

Emily North, the events coordinator at the Community Center, shows us how simple and efficient the process is:

There are several reasons why it makes sense to federate your Exchange systems this way to simplify booking meetings for you employees; here are a few of them:

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