​Xytech Enables SES To Merge Resource Management Systems

SES has implemented a new resource management platform using Xytech solutions. The new platform consolidates two systems previously used by SES into a single solution to maximize operational efficiency and simplify the capacity booking processes for SES’s sports and events customers.

“Thanks to the support we received from Xytech’s team, the transition of merging both platforms was smooth with no impact to our operations,” adds Ed Cox, VP, Sales North America and Sports & Events at SES. “Through a great deal of dialogue, complete definition of our requirements and out-of-the-box thinking from both sides, we achieved a unified platform that ultimately simplifies capacity booking process for our customers.”

The newly-launched platform offers SES and its customers, such as media companies, sports organisations and rights holders, workflow control with schedule-once efficiency, intelligent conflict management as well as long-term and recurring bookings, allowing for swift and effective resource management.

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