09.14.2006 08:00 AM
BSkyB turns to Harris for sales system

British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) has signed a contract with Harris Broadcast subsidiary Harris Systems to implement the Harris H-Class Airtime Sales system.

H-Class Airtime Sales, an advanced, scalable solution for controlling, monitoring and executing complex advertising campaigns, is part of the H-Class suite of applications, which interoperate through the Harris H-Class Content Delivery Platform.

Under the contract, Harris will provide a multichannel H-Class Airtime Sales system designed to enhance BSkyB’s existing sales mechanism. The contract includes software licensing, support, facilities management and the development and implementation of each stage of the project.

For more information, visit: www.harris.com.

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