November 15, 2016 09:00 ET

Teem Drives National Instruments Into the Workplace of the Future

Teem's Meeting Room Software and Analytics Platform helps National Instruments Increase Employee Satisfaction, Efficiency and Productivity

SILICON SLOPES, UT--(Marketwired - Nov 15, 2016) - Teem, a developer of cloud-based meeting tools and analytics helping companies reclaim productivity, today announced that National Instruments (NASDAQ: NATI) has selected Teem as its global vendor for conference room technology to support more efficient meetings and enable better data-driven business decisions. National Instruments is the latest to join the customer ranks of Uber, Twitter, Dropbox, GE, Viacom and others, further cementing the effectiveness of the Teem smart office technologies that are fueling efficiency and productivity in the modern workplace.

"We were looking to streamline our internal workflows the same way we systemize those of the engineers and scientists who leverage our tools. We pride ourselves in enabling accelerated productivity and rapid innovation and Teem is the perfect tool to help us continue delivering this to our customers," said Rene Sanchez, commodity manager at National Instruments. "Teem not only provides visibility and accountability on how we meet, but their intuitive data analytics help us to make smart business decisions."

Before using Teem, National Instruments met the traditional way, leading to squatters, "zombie" meetings and an overall decrease in productivity, as time and resources were constantly misallocated. Making any decisions on these matters was a tedious process that lacked hard data to support any changes. Now, armed with Teem's personalized insights dashboards, National Instruments can not only better manage when and where meetings are booked and attended, but also how employees are engaging, for how long, how much time and space is needed, what tools are needed and much more.

"Our platform is constantly growing and evolving, focusing on increasing productivity and efficiency in even the biggest players in the enterprise space," said Shaun Ritchie at Teem. "We're excited to partner with National Instruments in their efforts to modernize their workplace, providing them with the right insights at the right time to make the best decisions that will ultimately boost effectiveness in the workplace."

Teem's partnership with National Instruments comes on the heels of surging momentum for the company. Most recently, Teem closed a $13.5 million Series B funding round as it continues its growth into the enterprise. Furthermore, it has expanded its enterprise offerings with the release of Desk Booking to help companies better optimize their workplace.

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About Teem
Teem is a cloud-based software and analytics platform for meeting management and analysis that helps companies maximize their workspace and enable their employees to work more efficiently. The platform provides employee-focused meeting tools and activity-driven insights, including eye-catching conference room displays, streamlined visitor management and detailed space use analytics that drive better decisions on space and facilities utilization. To date, the Salt Lake City-based startup has raised over $20 million in capital from NGP, GE, Google Ventures, Greycroft Partners, Zetta Venture Partners, Origin Ventures, Marc Benioff, Dave Elkington and Josh James, among others. The Teem display software is available on a variety of Apple iPad™ and Android tablets (requirements apply) as well as Marshmallow and Android Nougat operating systems. The platform integrates with many existing calendar systems, including Google Apps, Microsoft Exchange, and Office 365. For more information on Teem, visit

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