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Microsoft Launches Bookings Worldwide
Microsoft today announced its worldwide launch of its Microsoft Bookings appointment management service by implicitly offering all Office 365 users a premium Business Premium worldwide .
The service is available as a web browser-based application and is available on the Internet through Office 365’s office software suite, so companies can use it to handle and manage appointments made by company customers.
The service is designed to facilitate the tracking and tracking of customers and the establishment of new appointments and the allocation and identification of staff assigned to follow up those predetermined dates and prepare and send reminders to customers via e-mail and the establishment of certain rules for cancellation policies and other possibilities.
The application allows employee appointments to be added to calendar applications such as the Outlook Calendar or Google Calendar. Users can share their names and email addresses simply when they request appointments, and the employer is the only person who needs to use Office 365.
Microsoft has announced at the launch of the service for the first time that the mobile version of the application of the service will be available in the future, the company has fulfilled its promises and has now issued two versions of the application working on Android and iOS.
Mobile applications enable users to book and verify appointments, contact customers and get information about how to access the meeting place through their smart mobile phones.
The move comes nine months after the service was first introduced in North America. The service was only available in the United States and Canada, but is now available to international users. Although the company did not provide a precise schedule for international service, She started putting it out now.
Microsoft, under the leadership of its chief executive, Satya Nadala, is re-generating itself as a production platform focused on cloud and mobile services, and building applications such as Bookings is in line with that plan.
Office 365 is an important part of Microsoft’s products, with the company continuing its plan to move away from desktop software and switch to cloud and mobile services.Viewing:-79
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