From room and desk booking to the allocation of car parking and chauffeuring, Eclipse combines ease of use with a wide variety of functions to manage bookins, catering, visitor registration, and equipment. Bookings may be entered and organised in a number of ways: from a simple point-and-click graphical user interface to a sophisticated booking matrix.

Through the Scan Window available time slots can be easily identified, each of which can be reserved and allocated simply using a mouse or keyboard.  The Automatic Date/Room Selector provides the user with suggested rooms and available dates based on a variety of criteria; thus ensuring maximum use can be made of all facilities.


  • Available with Concept™ SQL Lite, Concept™ SQL and Concept™ 500.
  • Block and template bookings.
  • Booking and management of catering delivery.
  • Reservation of inventory and equipment requirements.
  • Recording attendee information.
  • Internal and external charging of bookings and payments.
  • Visitor management.
  • Visitor badges.
  • Catering control.
  • Default catering and inventory per building/location.
  • Waiting list.
  • Utilisation and management reports.
  • Management of alternative room layouts.
  • Integration with task management for household service delivery.
  • Microsoft® Outlook diary integration via Workflow Pro™.
  • Copy/Move booking function.
  • Fully Internet and Intranet enabled through Concept™ eSQL.
  • Can be extended to provide online flexible work area booking (hot-desks).
  • Booking confirmation/cancellation via Workflow Lite™.
  • Security and access control for users.
  • Internal/external contact lists.
  • Cost summaries per booking.


  • Increased productivity: eliminate double- booked rooms and schedule conflicts.
  • Simplified meeting planning process: quickly reserve rooms, equipment, catering, etc, and notify attendees and service providers.
  • Total schedule control: comprehensive management capabilities, ranging from user permission rights to by-location/ resources booking processes.
  • Optimum use: ensures resources, equipment and facilities are used to maximum efficiency. asbestos, human exposure potential and sample and assessment information.