SOURCE: Binary Tree

December 03, 2015 07:13 ET

Binary Tree Announces NeedToMeet

Productivity Service for Anyone Who Frequently Schedules Meetings and Events

KENDALL PARK, NJ--(Marketwired - December 03, 2015) - Binary Tree today announced the release of its first Meeting Scheduling service and applications, called NeedToMeet. This offering, available at, as mobile apps and a Microsoft Outlook Add-In, brings Binary Tree's messaging acumen, which includes co-existence between calendaring systems, to the masses. With NeedToMeet, even individuals who work at different companies can seamlessly schedule meetings among themselves. In today's corporate environment, availability for and scheduling of meetings is a serious issue. In the U.S. alone, there are 11 million enterprise meetings per day -- that equates to 3 billion meetings per year.

Binary Tree acquired the intellectual property of and enhanced it, resulting in the release of version 2.0. This entry extends the company's role as a leader in collaboration and productivity software for Microsoft Exchange and Office 365 users. With this release's enhancements to the NeedToMeet Outlook Add-In, individuals from different companies can see each other's calendar availability -- right within Outlook. This cuts down on the time and frustration of finding and setting up meetings with clients, vendors, distributed channel teams, job candidates, and others. This capability is already popular with small businesses and consumers who use NeedToMeet to plan events, weddings, sports team practices, study groups, and everyday activities.

According to Steven Pivnik, CEO of Binary Tree, "Outlook is the predominant leader in corporate email and calendaring functionality, so it made sense to develop a productivity enhancement app aligned with the market-leading messaging platform. NeedToMeet also plays a strategic role in the expansion of our traditional migration and coexistence solutions. For example, many of our projects stem from mergers and acquisitions. With NeedToMeet, executives and service providers in M&A scenarios can start sharing calendars with each other in the very beginning of the process. These same executives are more likely to turn to Binary Tree for their enterprise email consolidation project once the merger is complete."

About NeedToMeet

NeedToMeet, a Binary Tree company, is a global provider of meeting scheduling service and software that allows individuals and businesses to find a time that works for everyone. NeedToMeet streamlines the process of meeting administration, attendee polling, and scheduling any type of meeting via online, mobile and Microsoft Outlook interfaces, while removing the hassles of lengthy email chains, time zone conflicts, and phone tag. Its powerful administrative features allow a meeting organizer to manage the details of all their meetings in a single dashboard. NeedToMeet can be used with any browser, via a mobile app and can also be installed as a Microsoft Outlook add-in to fully capitalize on the Exchange and Office 365 environment. The NeedToMeet mobile app is available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone. For more information or to find a time that works for everyone, visit

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About Binary Tree

Binary Tree is a global provider of migration software and solutions for Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory, and Windows Server environments. Since 1993, Binary Tree has enabled more than 6,000 customers to migrate more than 35 million email users, and facilitated some of the most complex migrations on the planet. Its software solutions are available for migrating from Exchange 2003/2007/2010/2013 and Lotus Notes to on-premises and online versions of Microsoft Exchange, as well as migrations of Active Directory and Windows Server environments. Binary Tree is a Microsoft Gold Messaging Partner, an IBM Advanced Business Partner, and is one of Microsoft's preferred vendors for migrating to Microsoft Office 365. The Company is headquartered outside of New York City with offices in Hong Kong, London, Paris, Stockholm and Sydney. For more information, visit

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