09.11.2006 03:02 PM
TVNZ simplifies operations with ScheduALL management software

TVNZ, New Zealand's public broadcaster and largest free-to-air network, is using ScheduALL to manage all of its production resources, both facilities and personnel, nationwide. ScheduALL provides TVNZ with a single intuitive solution for managing the many elements of internal productions, as well as projects for external customers.

Having consolidated a number of business units around the country into a single national team, TVNZ needed a facilities management system that mirrored its new structure. The broadcaster previously used four different software packages, manual systems, and spreadsheets. Now, using one fully integrated system nationwide, management has one source of information for decision-making and just one process for all of the system's users.

ScheduALL allows TVNZ to analyze its business performance nationally from a common base of information. Resource availability is now more visible across the business, and opportunities to move staff and equipment around the country are easier to identify. As the broadcaster continues to grow, TVNZ need only update and expand its ScheduALL system, rather than multiple systems across the business.



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