The Intelligent Appointment Scheduling Blog

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by Chris Carroll | September 1, 2016

Appointment Scheduling for On-Demand College Students

The age of the on-demand economy has taken a firm hold in higher education. Leading colleges and universities will recognize this trend and provide campus tools and applications that meet the demands of today’s students.

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by Tom O'Brien | July 29, 2016

Client Focused Advisors Lives Up to Its Name

Appointments with clients enable highly revealing and productive conversations and an ideal setting to discuss family, priorities, goals and a timeline for achieving them.

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by Chris Carroll | July 28, 2016

Alleviating Patient ‘Traffic Jams’ at Medical Labs

Beyond appointment scheduling, a customer-experience solution for lab facilities also would include queue management system and related services to help patients check in automatically upon arrival, minimize wait times, and avoid confusion about who is next in line.

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by Cimarron Buser | July 21, 2016

Microsoft Announces Upcoming Scheduling App for Small Businesses—But What About Everyone Else?

Microsoft’s investment in adding scheduling capabilities to extend “basic calendar” within Office 365 is yet another milestone in the ongoing evolution of our appointment-driven economy.

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by Chris Carroll | July 13, 2016

Amazon Prime Day Spurs Retail Frenzy

Though Amazon’s Prime Day has spurred a retail frenzy that offers consumers lower price points and fast shipping, it cannot replicate the brick-and-mortar retail experience consumers still enjoy.

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by Tom O'Brien | July 5, 2016

Reimagining Retail at Future Stores 2016

The retail industry is on the move, and will be making strides to improve the experiences of consumers and associates, both physically and digitally.

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by Kevin Flanagan | June 30, 2016

TimeTrade “Whips” Up a Frenzy at TechJam

Two weeks ago, TimeTrade had a great recipe for fun at Boston TechJam, an annual get together for established and emerging tech innovators.

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by Chris Carroll | June 7, 2016

Consumer Banking Survey 2016

We broke our findings down by demographic, so you get granular data on millennials and Gen Z – particularly in the context of their preference for interacting with their bank via mobile devices.

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