Office essentials-the smart meeting room

The meeting room essentials:

Meeting rooms are for conference calls, board meetings, management discussions, and other major decision-making situations
They are some of the most elaborate meeting rooms in an office, both in terms of AV gear and furniture
Only companies of a certain size or maturity will truly need conference rooms. Smaller, collaborative workspaces, perhaps not so much.


What is a Smart meeting room?

Staff meet-ups, client meetings, training sessions, interviews and other scheduled conferences (video or in-person). The meeting room is medium-sized or large and is likely a room that caters to monthly reviews, board meetings and sharing info across teams – and yes, you guessed it, conference calls.

The key elements of a conference room

Setting budgets, conducting interviews, closing client deals, and setting a new direction for the company. They all have the conference room in common; where a majority of all important decisions could be best made. But how do you make sure it’s an effective space for problem-solving and critical thinking? The answer lies in what you put inside the four walls of the conference room.

Ready to use

For a conference room with many frequent external visitors and clients coming in, it’s of the utmost importance to find the right equipment that’s simple to use for both employees and guests.


Whereas some of the other rooms you’re likely to encounter in an office environment require versatile furniture that can be used both for formal and informal settings, the conference room likely isn’t one of them.

That’s because of the formality of what goes on in the room, and the need for the room to be always ready for clients and executive discussions. A vital room such as the conference room is a little less lax than other rooms, and the equipment and furniture should reflect that.


Conference room technology

Because the conference room is used for monthly reviews, data presentations, board meetings and so forth, visual displays are needed to highlight relevant information, and interconnectivity is key.  

BiJie really steps up to the mark here. It is a wireless display solution that works well and is simple enough for people of all IT skill sets. It’s the kind of reliable conference room tech that makes meetings run without difficulties. It’s also platform-agnostic, which means that people can join with their individual devices and share information smoothly.