The client challenged us to reduce the traveling cost and carbon footprint of their 140,000 employees.
- The company was spending enormous time and money in travelling delegates worldwide. With CISCO Tele Presence the company wanted to reduce travelling cost and carbon footprint.
- Fortune 50 collaborated with Pepper Square to design a new intuitive user interface for a conference room booking application that is integrated with CISCO Tele Presence, which the company uses across the globe.
Redesign their conference room booking application and integrate with CISCO Tele Presence.
Redesigned the tool with a simple and intuitive UI UX design.
There was resistance from the client to use JQuery but Pepper Square team helped them recognize the software’s importance.
Created the visual design based on the ‘Don’t make the think approach’ for easy usage without the need for any training.
Developed the user Interface using JQuery technology and integrated it with a customized .Net component.
The program leader was based out of France, hence the communication had to be precise while keeping everybody at Bengaluru office in sync.
2 designers, 2 developers, 1 quality and 1 project coordinator teamed up for the project.
UI UX design
Exceptional UI UX design to create happy experiences.
We take a creative, collaborative, and innovative pathway to problem-solve and deliver exceptional results for customers across industry verticals.
Hear from our client
I enjoyed working with your team on our project. Pepper Square team was incredibly patient with us, and I’m amazed at the speed of delivery. You are lucky to have such quality people working for you.
The Value Delivered
The conference room booking application is used
today by over 140,000 employees worldwide.
Employees were able to prioritize their meetings effortlessly.
By reducing dependency on concierge services,
travel cost with significant reduction on carbon footprint.
Centralized portal and global visibility
increased the transparency and efficiency within the organization.
Real-time data and 24 hours of access to services were improved.