Hoylu’s Adaptive Workspaces give teams the power to plan, build, and engage. Equip them with a tool that combines infinite workspaces with powerful project management modules.
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When you’re the IT manager of a multinational transportation company, you work smart. This includes investing in tools that make your job easier — and that’s where Hoylu helps. The company invested in our PI Planning solution for their development teams. But they’ve found many uses for our Adaptive Workspaces. Take a look!
The team uses Hoylu for brainstorming sessions. During one session, they had five people collaborating at the same time to update a presentation.
The timer in the Workspaces keeps you on track.
Spreadsheets were used to create, capture, and manage backlog items. It wasn’t intuitive or visual. They converted the spreadsheets into a Hoylu Kanban board, making it easier map dependencies.
Ease of Use
A Hoylu Workspace was used to display the presentation at the company’s Annual Management Planning Meeting.
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A major energy and petrochemical company cut meeting time and increased engagement using Hoylu’s Adaptive Workspaces.
The company uses advanced technologies and takes an innovative approach to help build a sustainable energy future — but felt limited when it came to digital facilitation and tools.
The organization relied on in-person weekly meetings for accountability and reviewing goals. They wanted to digitalize and streamline work processes. They got rid of their analog whiteboards in meeting rooms and investigated digital solutions.
Online whiteboards were a great collaboration solution but fell short when it came to the complex management of remote meetings. Hoylu introduced the Adaptive Workspace, opening a new way for the team to plan, manage, and conduct remote meetings.
increase in quality and efficiency over 8 weeks
working with Hoylu
Cadence meetings were reduced in length
Remote users were better aligned
Brainstorming & creativity increased
Engagement grew across the entire team
Remote users felt included, not “just listening in”