There are many examples of how you can automate your scheduling process.

  • You may launch a self-scheduling web site where customers may see open times on your calendar and book themselves into these openings.
  • You may create email templates to automatically be sent to users to remind them of appointments, and give them the opportunity to automatically confirm or decline the invitation.
  • You may have SUMO automatically send text message and voice reminders.
  • You may have custom email templates sent to your staff alerting them of no-shows, cancelations, and any criteria you define.
  • You may configure the creation of new records based on the change of other records, such as auto-creating an invoice upon a no-show appointment.
  • You may announce appointment or work shift openings to a group of users to assist schedule changes.
  • You may automate virtually any business process with configurable work flow rulesapproval processes, and email alerts.