We’re glad you asked! BrightBooking introduces a smarter usage and reservation process, which reduces administration time within organisations. BrightBooking facilitates the increasing demand for flexible ways of working and meeting each other.
The BrightBooking platform consists of several modules, which can be used in your organisations:
Room Management, Desk Management, Mapping, Wayfinding, Digital Reception
There are several ways to use BrightBooking:
- Web portal
The web portal is the heart of the platform and is used to book rooms, book desks, manage your bookings, manage visitors, etc.
If your an administrator, you will use the web portal to configure the system in all it's glory.
- Integrated systems (Outlook, Google G Suite Calendar, Facility software)
BrightBooking can be integrated with several systems, and therefore can be used from those systems.
Use it from you room calendars in Outlook and Google G Suite Calendar, or from a Facility Management Information System (FMIS).
Do not fear! We will sync the data and process it all the way...
- App for iOS and Android phones
The smartphone app can be installed from the Apple App store or Google Play Store. Just search for 'BrightBooking' and install the app.
- Room displays
What's in that room? Just look at the display! Beautifully designed displays show what's happening in the room, or book the room on the spot.
- Map viewers
A picture is more than a thousand words. Design a map, and show it in a map viewer. There you will be able to see what's available and book your room or desk on the spot.
- Way finding
Where to go is the question! Get directions to your meeting room, by viewing the wayfinder.
- Digital Reception kiosk
Give your visitors a warm welcome, and keep your records straight. Digitize the registration process, don't let the visitor go unnoticed with badges, and let the receptionist focus on what's they are good at: welcoming your visitor.
People and roles
BrightBooking has the concept of 'users' and 'visitors'. Users can use the system, and visitors are people who sign-in via the Digital Reception kiosk.
Users have roles in the system, a regular user can just use BrightBooking as his personal assistent and book rooms and desk, and manage his own bookings.
Booking managers have the possibility to manage all the bookings, and view analytics.
A user or booking manager can be assigned to also manage the visitors.
Last but not least, if you're a 'manager' you will be able to manage all the (technical) details of the system.
Where's my module?
BrightBooking is modular, which also means you don't have to use or buy it all. Missing some options in your environment? Please contact your office administrator, and check how to solve this!