05.16.2007 08:00 AM
ScheduALL supplies BBC World Service with scheduling system

ScheduALL has supplied and implemented a ScheduALL Enterprise Series system designed specifically for the complex needs of studio scheduling and personnel management at BBC World Service. The BBC World Service is using the software to manage resources related to global content programming, separated not only by geography but also by time zone and dominant language.

Installed at Bush House in London, the ScheduALL software enables real-time scheduling of resources, integrated with complete business management tools, and facilitates tighter collaboration across the enterprise. Through the close working partnership, the World Service has developed internal Web-based front-end screens that present data held in the ScheduALL database. Recent work has been completed for the creation of bookings using touch-screens outside each of the studios.

For more information, visit www.scheduall.com.

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