ScheduALL IBC2009 Show Preview
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ScheduALL is the leading global provider of Enterprise Resource Management (ERM) products for the broadcast, satellite/transmission, and media industries. As a market leader with a 20-year track record of success and more than 1,200 clients worldwide, ScheduALL is recognized as the industry standard for operational management solutions.
ScheduALL offers comprehensive workflow and resource management solutions that enable clients to optimize personnel, resource, and bandwidth utilization in a way that translates directly into increased productivity and ROI. ScheduALL's modular approach and scalable product sets provide a collaborative platform for users across multiple environments. ScheduALL clients include BBC, FOX News Network, The Associated Press, IntelSat, Turner Studios, Mediaset, CBC, ABC Australia, RTL, and SES New Skies.
In tough economic times ScheduALL understands that goals shift and companies seek creative ways to become more efficient with fewer resources. With a clear understanding of market needs, ScheduALL continues to build technologies that extend the strength of its existing product suite to provide even greater granularity, interoperability, and collaboration. As organizations streamline their businesses and drive efficiencies in the areas of content creation, management, and distribution, ScheduALL is the clear choice to address these market needs.
In addition to ScheduALL and ScheduLINK, we will demonstrate several new products and capabilities that empower you to do more with less.
Products to be showcased at the IBC2009 Show:
ScheduALL will showcase added functionality of its scheduling tool sets with a new "process-based" scheduling component. This powerful new tool provides the granularity of task-based scheduling, faster work order/process creation via reusable drag-and-drop templates, and enhanced forecasting, budgeting, and reporting within the project workflow spectrum. By leveraging this new technology, users gain a greater degree of visibility across the enterprise, while reducing overhead in the creation of project workflows. Collectively, these capabilities promote greater efficiencies and increased profitability.
ScheduALL is leveraging its open architecture to enhance interoperability with legacy and custom applications. ScheduALL has partnered with industry leaders such as Grass Valley-Ingest, Tektronics-QC, Pro Consultants-Air Management, and ND SatCom-SNG. To provide even greater communication and management within workflow automation, ScheduALL is also working with vendor technologies such as Media Hub from IBM, SMPTE's Broadcast eXchange Format (BXF), and the Interactive Media Manager (IMM) from Microsoft.
ScheduALL ERM Appliance
The Enterprise Resource Management (ERM) appliance from ScheduALL delivers resource sharing across facilities that may be geographically dispersed and allows organizations to identify, allocate, and execute more projects more profitably. Resources can be shared on a one-to-one basis with dedicated business units or made available to the entire corporate network to drive utilization, operational efficiencies, and profits. The ERM Appliance will also help businesses consolidate financials, resource planning, and reporting across the enterprise and create extensibility of process functionality.
ScheduALL wants to see you at IBC2009
To learn more about ScheduALL's enhancements and how this technology can benefit your organization, please contact us at http://scheduall.com/ContactUs.aspx.
At IBC2009, ScheduALL's ERM experts will be available to meet with you in person at Stand 1.B39. Please contact ScheduALL prior to the show to schedule your private appointment.
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