• Learn how digital wayfinding can help make patients feel at ease when navigating your hospital

    In a report realeased by Deloitte Digital, 30% of the first-time visitors to a hospital report getting lost. 30%! That’s 3 out of 10!

    When going to a hospital, the last thing you need to worry about when rushing to your examination is finding your way around the outpatient clinics, nursing stations, hall ways, or information areas.

    Entering a hospital, many patients already feel nervous and scared, and the anxiety of getting lost or missing an appointment can be frustrating.


    Digital wayfinding can help make them feel at ease when navigating your hospital.

    Download this new white paper and find out the cost of being lost in a hospital. We’ll also tell you about 5 things to look for in digital wayfinding to increase efficiency and improve patient satisfaction, and how you can start helping your patients find their way today.

  • Improve patient satisfaction and frees your staff to do what they do best!

    Hospital visitors know that finding their way around a hospital can be both stressful and intimidating.

    This explains why more than 30% of all visitors ask hospital staff for directions. 


  • In an Activity-based Workplace the only constant is change! 

    So, how do you keep ahead of today’s activities, find your way to available meeting rooms, and make sure that guests and visitors can find their way to where you are located for the day?

    New and alternate approaches to workplaces are continually emerging. The latest growing trend is called Activity-based Working. Activity-based Working aim to boost collaboration, productivity and flexibility while reducing costs.

    Activity-based Working is a workplace strategy that provides people with a choice of settings for a variety of workplace activities. Rather than forcing individuals to undertake all their work at one setting, Activity-based Working allows people to physically locate themselves where it is most suitable for them to complete their work.

    Spaces are designed to create opportunities for intense, focused work to impromptu and informal meeting space, to formal meeting rooms depending on the work an individual is undertaking.

    The spaces and facilities can be divided into different zones and clusters:

    · Hot desks – can be reserved in advance (For private work)

    · Focus rooms - no need to reserve in advance (For private phone conversations, one on one discussions, conference calls and creative activities requiring privacy)

    · Huddle rooms, available for small groups (3-4) - no need to reserve in advance (To meet in an exchange of ideas, meetings, videoconfer- encing, team grant writing, etc.)

    · Small and large conference rooms – must be reserved in advance (To meet in bigger meetings, often with clients and external visitors)


    The Activity-based Workplace model flips the traditional office model by making the open work stations the quiet space (as in a library) and the enclosed spaces become the places for conversation as well as privacy.

    It allows not only flexibility in working style, but affords the Corporate Real Estate executive flexibility in their real estate strategy with a workplace that allows for contraction and expansion in demand and headcount over time.

    An Activity-based workplace is an ever-changing environment that requires the right tools!

    Visitors arrive unexpectedly. Meetings and activities change and move to other rooms. Meeting attendees need directions, but there’s noone in the reception to show the way. All meeting and huddle rooms seem fully booked but rooms are still empty. Employees change desks and are hard to find. Meetings get interrupted. What seemed like a great methodology to enhance productivity and boost collaboration is now a mess.

    You don’t want to experience that!

    An Activity-based Workplaces is an ever-changing environ- ment which require a dynamic an intelligent wayfinding system as well as a room booking and visitor management solution to take care of the hassle of finding the available rooms, optimize room utilization and makes it easy for guests and meeting attendees to find the right location for the next activity.

    The solution

    Today’s modern workplace needs a fully integrated and synchronized digital signage and wayfinding solution that takes away the hassle of finding unoccupied meeting and huddle rooms and creates a more relaxed and efficient workplace environment. A great wayfinding experience gives a great first impression for visitors, while simultaneously freeing your staff from the task of giving directions, instead allowing them to focus on their job. 

  • A total solution to support Activity Based Working consists of many elements playing in harmony.

    AskCody supports them all. 

    Want to learn more?

  • Why should you consider implementing a virtual visitor management system to welcome your guests and notify employees?

    10 ways to improve visitor management with virtual visitor management!

    Every day people at your office or front desk ask others or themselves: 

    · Who are visiting today? Who are they here to see?

    · Which meetings are they attending?

    · Have the employees been notified about their arrival (bummer, they are not at their desk  - what’s their mobile number again)?

    · What’s that password for our guest WiFi again?

    · Which visitors are currently on the premises? Did the guests check out when they left? 



    All the questions are often cumbersome and time consuming to answer!

    With a virtual visitor management system you can optimize time and resources by compiling multiple administrative functions into one single solution and hence improve productivity dramatically at the front desk and for other employees.

    Tasks like registration of guests, guest logging, NDA signing, printing of guest passes/name tags and notification of the meeting host can be handled automatically and hence free up resources at your front desk – not to mention a much improved visitor experience.

  • Employees are notified of their guest's arrival on SMS or by email!

    Learn about that and 10 other ways to improve visitor management with digital visitor management

  • Why you should consider digital signage for improving productivity and happiness!

    11 ways to improve productivity, employee happiness and meeting room efficiency!

    Today more and more companies compete for new employees, not only on salaries or benefits, but on the work environment. Great furniture, modern colors, look and feel creating a vibrant atmosphere. 

    Here are some easy ways you can add to the above and help your employees stay productive - and even improve their happiness too.


    The key to a great overall digital solution is to present the right information at the right time and place - for visitors and employees alike. Especially when visitors have to find the right meeting or employees have to find an unoccupied meeting room.

    But digital signs aren't all alike. They have to be flexible and provide different benefits depending on the place and context of the information that is provided.

  • Create a productive work environment!

    Think of ways that make things easier - like helping people to find the right room or make reservations easier by linking digital signs directly into your calendar/booking system like Outlook or Google Calendar.

    Learn about that and 10 other ways to improve meeting room efficiency with digital meeting room signage!

  • How to improve your scheduling and meeting room booking processes with an integrated meeting room booking tool for your Outlook or Office 365 Calendar

    Meetings are a necessary part of business, but what isn’t necessary is the amount of time spent arranging them. An integrated meeting room booking extension to your Outlook Calendar can take away the hassle of meeting room booking and booking of associated services, improve your business meetings and enhance your workday productivity. Save hours on meeting room booking routines every week! Interested?

    Meeting scheduling is a routine activity in the workplace, yet it can be complicated and time-consuming if you don’t have an efficient booking process and an integrated meeting room booking tool that takes away the hassle of finding available meeting rooms as well as order addtional and associated services.


    Meeting organizers are tasked with getting a group of busy people together at the same time and place. This may involve communicating back and forth with attendees via email or phone. Once everyone agrees on a time to meet, meeting organizers have to find a meeting room that fits their needs as well as order audiovisual equipment, catering, and other additional services.

    When they’re finished coordinating a meeting, meeting planners may find that they’ve spent more time scheduling the meeting than they’ll spend in the meeting itself.

    Ever experinced that?

  • Learn how an integrated booking tool can improve your time spent and keep you ahead when booking your meetings in Outlook!