It was a constant worry that one day something would happen to the paper calendar.
We also couldn’t access it from outside of the office, and once we started hitting 8 events on one day, it just wasn’t feasible to keep using the beloved paper. It was also very time-consuming to re-write the events on the multiple whiteboards each month.
We tried using the Google calendar, but it didn’t fit our needs and was a bit confusing. It was also difficult to get any help or tech support for their product. (Don’t get me wrong — I adore Google, but this product just wasn’t right for us.)
Once the monitors and Internet connectivity were setup in the work areas, production was able to increase exponentially.
No confusion, No conflicting directives, A permanent record of all calendar entries, A way to hide non-public information and make it instantly available to authorized eyes, the list goes on and on. The real beauty is that the KeepandShare suite is so comprehensive, and yet so intuitive, that WE get to invent our own uses for the program.
I don’t usually accept superlatives at face value when reading reviews, I apologize only in that I must now use superlatives to describe KeepandShare.