20 Nov 2012
So you’ve got a college reunion to plan. Fifteen of your once closest friends who have, since those good ole days, relocated to various parts of the United States now all want to get together…somewhere…some place. Seems like a very daunting task. Everyone has families, jobs and commitments that it seems very unlikely that a date and/or time will ever be found.
Collaborative scheduling is nothing new in the world of business when someone needs to plan a meeting. Someone sends an email with a few days and times for a company meeting, everyone types in their availability and the day that works for all, is the day for the meeting. But fifteen friends from across the country is a little different story.