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At Delegate, day after day we help clients solve problems.  From something as elaborate as transitioning to a new email provider or something as simple as figuring out how to check mail when you're never home, we are here to troubleshoot complexities and take action to help.  

 
We've begun compiling these scenarios into what we call our "Solution Studies." These are short, tactical solutions that our team has deployed to help our clients.  We are always adding to this database, but below are some of our faves that might be helpful to you!   Enjoy!

Deploy a Video Conferencing Solution

The Problem

The client was working with a multitude of vendors, with her remote team all across the U.S., and was also reaching out to non-profits. She needed a friendly approach to these potential clientele without spending an arm and a leg to go visit their headquarters. Alas, a solution that provided face-to-face interaction needed to be enlisted.

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Calendly Automatically Adds Meetings to Calendar For You

The Problem

A client was continuously sending emails to her associate to get meetings scheduled. In between the podcasts, the phone calls, and the in-person coffee meetings, the scheduling was too time-consuming. The associate was spending around an hour each day looking at the client’s schedule and trying to find a time that worked for the interviewee.

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Scheduling Meetings For Multiple Attendees Through Doodle Polls

The Problem

The client, a marketer for non-profit organizations, often needed to schedule meetings with
multiple people in multiple locations in multiple time zones. Needless to say, this planning was
an intricate dance of finding out everyone’s availability and just trying to make something work.

 

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Schedule Meetings For Multiple Attendees

The Problem

The client was facing the same problem with every new customer she took on: trying to find a meeting time that worked for both of them. This involved back and forth email exchanges until both parties had finally settled on a working time slot. This was not an effective use of the client’s communication methods nor was it a good use of her strategic support’s time.

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