Case study Withings Julie Desk

How to maximize efficiency during meeting scheduling: Withings case study

Created in 2008, the consumer electronics company Withings is specialized in Health-related connected objects.

Case study Withings connected objects

Alexis Normand has been the Healthcare Development Director at Withings since 2013 and an essential part of his business consist of maintaining interpersonal relationships. He is constantly in meetings with various actors of the Health ecosystem with whom he wishes to develop the use of connected objects. 

“Meeting scheduling is a repetitive and tedious activity. We spend hours verifying availabilities, juggling between various emails to find a time slot that suits everybody, canceling and postponing meetings. Basically, it’s a real puzzle that I needed to liberate myself from.”

It is important for Alexis to maintain a relation with his various interlocutors and mismanaging his appointments, with repetitive errors, could have a very bad impact on these relationships. That is the reason why he needed to find a successful and trustworthy solution to handle this time-consuming and repetitive task.

“I don’t have an assistant and I did not wish to hire one only for my meeting scheduling; it’s a task that no human can add value to. If I hired an assistant, it would be to help me on other matters.”

When he discovered Julie, Alexis was seduced by its simplicity of use.

“In just 5 minutes, I created my trial account online and I could immediately start testing it out. I’ve been using Julie for a year now and I trust her completely.”


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Winnie

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