In a world where time is money and efficient communication is paramount, scheduling meetings and organizing events can become a significant challenge for businesses. Splab, a Korean startup that has developed SendTime, a cutting-edge scheduling automation solution that streamlines coordinating meetings and enhances communication.
Backed by seed investments from notable names like Spark Labs, 500 Global, CJ Investment, and Bespin Global, Splab is poised to redefine how businesses manage their schedules.
The Genesis of SendTime: Innovation by Two Sisters
Behind Splab’s success story are two sisters, Changhee Seon and Minsueng Seon. Recognizing the time and resource drain that manual scheduling creates, they developed SendTime – a B2B SaaS solution designed to automate scheduling, reduce communication costs, and optimize human resources. The platform shortens coordination times, leading to an impressive 80% reduction in team operation costs.
The Power of SendTime’s Features
SendTime boasts many features that make it an essential tool for businesses seeking efficient scheduling. SendTime’s intelligent algorithm suggests meeting times that prioritize participants’ schedules, making it easier to find common ground. The platform offers real-time updates on users’ schedules, ensuring accurate and up-to-date information for all involved parties. SendTime’s user-friendly interface allows multiple schedules to be viewed on a single screen, enabling swift decision-making. The platform seamlessly integrates with Google Calendar, further streamlining the scheduling process.
A Path to Global Expansion
With the recent seed investment, Splab has ambitious plans for SendTime’s growth. The startup intends to enhance the platform’s functionality to cater to global users by incorporating language and time zone support, overseas payment options, and more.
In a move to expand their SaaS solution horizon, Splab recently launched its event space sharing platform UMOH, designed to bring all stakeholders together for a successful post-event connection.
Additionally, Splab aims to recruit skilled professionals across various roles to pave the way for its global expansion. Seon Min-seung, CEO of Splab, envisions a world where everyday problems like scheduling are smartly solved through software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions. As Splab continues to evolve and expand, it remains committed to its vision of using technology to connect people efficiently.
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