Xytech Launches Dash Facilities Management Solution

Xytech has launched Dash, new cloud-based software built to manage the operational needs of smaller facilities.

The subscription-based software takes just three days to install and enables smaller video departments and post-production operations the ability to leverage Xytech's world-class workflow capabilities. Further, Dash offers no-compromise security as part of Microsoft Azure Managed Cloud. 

The new Dash offering allows Xytech to seamlessly manage the end-to-end business cycle for customers in the small-to-medium size range. These customers range from large universities with sophisticated media departments, to corporate communication departments and boutique post facilities.

Xytech's monthly subscription model for Dash offers access to all the innovative dashboards, graphs and charts. Customers can manage resources, handle scheduling tasks, cost forecasting, invoicing and reporting all on one system. Dash also offers the option of a built-in library management program and the option of a bidding module, enabling users to bid on a project and have it accepted on the spot.

The brand new web interface allows users easy access to the Dash applications from any supported web browser. The software has a low per user price and is available on a monthly subscription basis.

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