ScheduALL flag self-service at NAB

ScheduALL comes to NAB with its self-serve end-to-end provisioning scheduling solutions, ScheduALL Portal and ScheduALL Connector.

The Portal product simplifies making complex bookings of Occasional Use transmission feeds in real-time, directly into a transmission provider's system. Using a browser-based wizard for selling transmission feeds, Portal allows users to make transmission bookings without requiring in-depth network expertise, says the company.

Connector takes advantage of ScheduALL's global community of transmission inventory consumers and providers across more than 50 countries that use the ScheduALL system to manage their feeds. It provides a direct link between OU providers and their customers, uniting ScheduALL systems across global trading partners.

ScheduALL contends that these self-provisioning solutions “eliminate tedious emails, phone calls and spreadsheets, while providing visibility and intelligent control to streamline the entire end-to-end process from booking to distribution.”

According to Rick Legow, company president, "NAB attendees are going to be impressed by the simplicity and efficiency of both Portal and Connector. We provide a palpable opportunity to boost global sharing, trading and selling across the media and broadcast industry."

See ScheduALL at NAB Booth SU3821.

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