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With the help of Decisions, Array Architects board members are prepared for meetings

Array Architects, a leader in designing health care facilities, was looking for a solution to help manage meetings with its board of directors. 

As users of Office 365, they discovered Decisions. The feedback was immediate: "Our board meeting last week with Decisions went very well,” said Carl J. Davis, President and CEO of Array Architects. “Members commented that the platform made the team and event much more effective. It is well worth the investment.”

A powerful meeting management solution like Decisions enables boards of directors to more seamlessly manage the meeting process, giving leaders and participants time to focus on having meaningful discussions and making informed decisions. Because Decisions also integrates across Office 365, users are already familiar with the interface and they don’t need to download new software.

After 18 months, Mr. Davis had this to say about Decisions: “Array Architects has used decisions for the past 18 months with good success. Our board members are far more prepared before our meetings and more engaged during the meetings, as a result of using Decisions. The integration with SharePoint is seamless.”

Are you ready to join companies like Array Architects to run more effective, collaborative meetings? Download Decisions from Microsoft AppSource today. 

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More about Array Architects
Array Architects has been recognized as one of the U.S. leaders in the design of healthcare facilities. The company offers a full complement of knowledge-based services including planning, architecture, interior design and advisory services from its eight office locations. Their devotion to a healthcare-exclusive practice springs from the belief in the power of design to improve patient outcomes, maximize operational efficiencies, increase staff satisfaction and provide remarkable results for clients.

This article is updated and republished from an earlier post. Read the original post.

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