Team Huddle, an AI-powered tech company focused on the future of work, is tackling a major problem we all face: ineffective meetings. To solve this, its platform positions people to do their best work by prioritizing their unique schedules and preferences, which will improve business performance and productivity. By putting people first, Team Huddle equips users with a solution that helps them do better in both their professional and personal lives.
Today Team Huddle announced the public beta launch of ScheduleIQ, the world’s first scheduling platform built around people and how they work best. Compatible with Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook on desktop and mobile, Team Huddle meets workers where they are to reform meetings, improve business and personal productivity, and promote well-being. Team Huddle’s ScheduleIQ is now available for public user access here.
ScheduleIQ isn’t about identifying when you’re available, it’s about identifying the best time for you. Its intelligent people-centric features include:
A quick and simple onboarding: Leverages information such as employment type and personal preferences to help set up a personally optimized scheduling system.
ScheduleScore™: Measures work-life balance, burnout meter and more, so people can track their progress in real-time and compare their schedule to others.
SmartScheduler™: Eliminates the back-and-forth of email scheduling and finds the optimal time for any meeting in seconds by analyzing meeting data to provide intelligent recommendations.
“At Team Huddle, we believe that people shouldn’t be holding meetings for the sake of holding meetings. Time is a precious resource that we always want more of, so we need to use it effectively,” said Rob Smith, founder at Team Huddle. “Meetings should be enhancers, not inhibitors to our work productivity. There are plenty of tools out there to hold more meetings, but now people need solutions to hold meetings that actually empower them to collaborate productively and deliver high-quality work, so they can enjoy a healthy work-life balance.”
“Team Huddle is tackling a universal meeting problem, which is agnostic of industry, company stage and size” said Karl Alomar, managing partner at M13. “It isn’t typical that we invest this early in a startup, but we see their platform is rife with potential to solve a persistent problem. We’re excited to see how Team Huddle will transform the way we meet and work.”
Following the launch of ScheduleIQ, Team Huddle plans to release more features and tools during 2021 that streamline the meeting process, including meeting format templates, role assignments, automated agendas, time and content trackers, and collaborative note-taking.
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