"Lucid Meetings is cool because it embeds deeply researched best practices and automation into purpose-built software that will turn any meeting host into a meeting expert." - Adam Preset, Gartner analyst
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Lucid Named Gartner Cool Vendor for 2017 | Lucid MeetingsGartner Names Lucid Meetings a "Cool Vendor" in Unified Communications for 2017 Thursday, May 11, 2017 Lucid Meetings, a leading provider of meeting management software, announced today that it has been recognized by Gartner as a 2017 Cool Vendor in the Unified Communications category.
Elise Keith - Lucid Meetings - Remote Work InterviewMeetings have had a bad reputation in some circles over the past few years. Perhaps because Basecamp (née 37signasls) -- a vanguard for remote work -- called meetings " toxic" in their 2006 book Getting Real. But to Elise Keith, the problem isn't the meetings, but how they're being run.
Meetings Matter Q&A with Elise Keith - Paul AxtellWhile I have definite views and ideas on how to improve conversations and meetings, I also know that there are many other views and other thoughtful folks looking at the same issue of improving how we work together in a group setting.
Smarter Meeting Planning Tools Try to Save You the HeadacheNobody likes them, but everybody has them. I'm speaking, of course, of meetings. Executives spend an estimated half of their days in meetings and other employees while away three hours a day in meetings.
Jason Grigsby: The Tools I UseThe latest in our series "The Tools We Use" features Jason Grigsby, independent consultant and digital animator extraordinaire.
Even Gartner thinks Portland startups are cool. Well, Lucid Meetings, at least.For early stage startups, the idea of briefing industry analysts may seem like something to pursue in the distant future. But for the types of business-to-business companies Portland builds, they can be a great way to get in front of large corporate customers and buyers---especially if they think you're cool.
Constellation ShortList™ Meeting Management ToolsFor decades, the trifecta of email, calendar and contacts has been at the core of the employee productivity toolset. While the rise of social networking has reduced business reliance on email and changed the way we connect with colleagues and customers, meetings have seen little improvement.
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