The partnership with ROOMZ (next generation of wireless room management solutions) will go live at Technology Xposed, Midwich’s annual trade event. ROOMZ is designed to help end-users manage their meeting rooms using a fully wireless and easy to use system. ROOMZ is also easy to install, says the maker, simply connect to the wireless network, and control via features such as ‘spontaneous booking’ and ‘free the room’.
Adding the ROOMZ sensor will automatically eliminate ghost meetings and provide analytics on the real use of your spaces such as, meeting rooms, huddle spaces, and hot desks.
Claire Coogan, Divisional Manager at Midwich (pictured above right with Fabien Moine), says, “Midwich have seen a growth in demand for wireless room management solutions, and whilst looking for the latest and best in category solutions, we discovered ROOMZ. ROOMZ provide what we would see as the next generation of wireless room management solutions, with a robust and elegantly designed product that is highly secure and provides years of battery life.
“We are excited to provide this new technology to the UK and Ireland market, and further enhance our meeting room management portfolio for our reseller and system integrator partners.”
Fabien Moine, Head of Sales & Marketing at ROOMZ, adds, “We are very pleased to partner with Midwich as an exclusive distributor for ROOMZ. Midwich have 40 years of experience in the AV channel and we’re delighted they have identified ROOMZ as an innovative room reservation system for the UK and Ireland marketplace. This proves our solution meets the expectations of many markets for the modern management of rooms and workplaces.
“Don’t forget to come and visit us on stand 41 at Midwich’s Technology Xposed event, we’d be delighted to give you a demo.”
The ROOMZ solution has a battery life of between 2-4 years on a single charge. The simple wall plate is cable free, can be stuck to any surface and connects to the existing Wi-Fi network. The Hardware (8in panel) comes with a two-year licence. The ROOMZ sensor, which is a separate bit of hardware, is an upfront cost, meaning no subscription cost.