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We have a number of resources we'd like people to be able to reserve online -- things like company cars and meeting rooms. There are too many to create a Google or Exchange calendar for each. Are there any webapps that would fill this need?

Some details: the frontend doesn't need to be password protected. It would be nice if the system had an API or a way to export reservations, as well.

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How many is too many? We do all of our room resource scheduling for 11 locations in Outlook. – Wayne In Yak Nov 3 '10 at 13:14
I think 11 is about right, but we'll have clients who don't have access. What I want to avoid is having someone page through 11 calendars to find an open slot. – Matt Hampel Nov 3 '10 at 15:31

Google Calendar for Google Apps allows you to do this if you have the Premier or Enterprise edition of Google Apps.

It looks like regular Google Calendar allows you to do this as well.

In Google's vocabulary, these things are called "resources" and are usually rooms.

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